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Posted On: 08/25/20 4:37 PM

What players went from outside the top 50 rankings in the state of Minnesota to being on lists of college coaching staffs?  Here is our group of the biggest jump stock risers. 

Maddox AlipateMaddoxAlipate6'1" | PGLakeville South | 2022StateMN of Minnesota Fury (Benilde-St Margaret’s).  The way that Maddox ran the Fury Wilde offense this year executing sets, getting the motion moving with the right activity, and then attacking to create for himself and others led to a great Fury season.  Fury Wilde was one of the elite 16s in Minnesota, and Alipate ran the lead guard spot. 

Leroy Fairbanks IVLeroyFairbanks IV6'3" | SFCass Lake-bena | 2022StateMN of Playmakers North (Cass Lake-Bena). The 6-foot-4 wing has a great scoring feel.  Love how me moves off screens, follows up play for an extra chance, steps into space to quickly release his jumper.  Love the quick release and that’s not just on the jumper, that’s in small windows around the basket too. 

Ryan HarveyRyanHarvey6'3" | SFWayzata | 2022StateMN of Minnesota Heat (Wayzata). There were times this year where Ryan took over some games offensively and carried his team to a win.  There is a scoring touch there that Ryan has used off the dribble in more ways than expected.  Used the behind

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