Posted On: 09/22/20 2:47 PM

Northstar Hoops was in the gym for Hardwood Elite’s The League, a fall league featuring some of the top prospects in the state as well as some lesser known players. We caught two games, and these are seven prospects that stood out during week two.

Ben KopetzkiBenKopetzki5'9" | PGAndover | 2023StateMN (5’10 2023 PG, Andover)- Ben KopetzkiBenKopetzki5'9" | PGAndover | 2023StateMN had a solid summer with D1 Minnesota 15u, but due to the talent around him he never got the chance to takeover a game. Despite playing alongside the likes of Camden HeideCamdenHeide6'6" | SFWayzata | 2022State#35NationMN and Elvis NnajiElvisNnaji6'8" | CHopkins | 2022State#149NationMN at The League, Ben put up big scoring numbers on the night. Though he won’t impress with size or explosiveness, Ben plays with great change of speed and direction, using a shifty handle to create space off a limited amount of dribbles. He caught fire from three on the night, hitting deep and contested shots like they were nothing. Ben also impressed with his ability to weave through traffic and finish with some craft around the rim.

Demarion Watson-SaulsberryDemarionWatson-Saulsberry6'6" | SFMinnehaha Academy | 2022StateMN (6’7 2022 W, Totino-Grace)- Playing mostly JV the last two years at Minnehaha Academy, the potential with Demarion was always evident. This September however he’s

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