Posted On: 09/15/20 5:00 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 some of the top guards in the small schools in Section 5

Willie WilsonWillieWilson6'2" | SGMinneapolis North | 2022State#220NationMN, Minneapolis North

Wilson took a big step forward as a sophomore, averaging nearly 16 points per game while running the show for a very good Polars squad. He’s a nightmare to slow down in transition and when he can get downhill. And he’s improved his perimeter jumper - though he’s more streaky than dependable from that area still. Wilson’s a potentially lockdown caliber perimeter defender too. The Polars will be right there in the mix as a contender in Class AA again this winter and Wilson joins Davon Townley and Andre GrayAndreGray6'3" | SGHopkins | 2021StateMN to form one of the best trios in the state. 

Andre GrayAndreGray6'3" | SGHopkins | 2021StateMN, Minneapolis North

Gray had a terrific summer on the grassroots circuit and will give the Polars another elite-level shot-maker. He’s one of the biggest, strongest off guards in the state and will certainly fit

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