Posted On: 09/21/20 3:37 PM

The most productive point guard this summer season was Ryan DufaultRyanDufault6'0" | PGWaseca | 2021StateMN of the Minnesota Heat.  The Waseca PG helped lead the Heat to a one loss summer and is now hearing from D2 programs. 

This summer Ryan was named second team 17 and Under All State for Minnesota, and he was a first team Prep Hoops Circuit All Minnesota talent.  He’s a guy that we’ve extensively told you that was the most consistent PG in 17u (among Minnesota players) and a guy we’ve told you has played well in every big game.  

Every big game, think of that.  In facing guys like Chucky Hepburn, Kamari McGee, Tamin Lipsey, Eli KingEliKing6'3" | PGCaledonia | 2022State#157NationMN, and others, Ryan DufaultRyanDufault6'0" | PGWaseca | 2021StateMN played well.  Which is exactly why division two schools are in contact. 

"I am hearing from Bemidji State, Minot State, University of Mary, Sioux Falls, Minnesota State-Mankato State, and St.Thomas," Dufault said.  "The most is Minot State, Bemidji State, and University of Mary!"

Ryan is also the lead guard of Waseca, a team that will likely be the preseason number one in Class AA.  The Jays, Minneapolis North, Caledonia, and Perham are the AAAA favorites.  Waseca brings back their entire

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