Posted On: 09/1/20 8:06 PM

It’s never too early for too-early-season. With fall sports and school underway, it’s only a matter of time before the winter sports season is upon us. 

With that in mind, here’s a look at the top frontcourts in Class A

Gunner SwansonGunnerSwanson6'5" | SFBismarck | 2021StateND and Treysen Eaglestaff, Bismarck

Swanson and Eaglestaff aren’t typical frontcourt bodies, rather they are closer to the prototype swingman, but with the way Bismarck plays, they’ll log big minutes in the frontcourt this year. And they are matchup problems for people with their combinations of length, skill and athleticism. Swanson emerged as one of the best players in the WDA last year and should be even better as a senior. Eaglestaff was something of a microwave scorer off the bench last year and had his share of big moments - if he takes that sophomore-to-junior leap, look out. 

Jacksen MoniJacksenMoni6'9" | PFWest Fargo Sheyenne | 2021StateND, Jah’Heem LeakeJah’HeemLeake6'8" | CWest Fargo Sheyenne | 2021StateND, Michael Nhial and Dominic Dosmann, West Fargo Sheyenne

The Mustangs have arguably the biggest and best frontline in the state with guys who can shoot, defend, rebound, run the floor and control the paint. It starts with Moni who averaged about 11

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