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Posted On: 09/3/20 5:15 PM

There has been a strong group of transfers this summer in the state of Minnesota.  Which of those transfers - the ones we are aware of - will have the biggest impact?  NHR discusses that today. 

One. Andre GrayAndreGray6'3" | SGHopkins | 2021StateMN to Minneapolis North.   Andre GrayAndreGray6'3" | SGHopkins | 2021StateMN is the top shooting guard prospect in the state and he will help give the Polars a stronger and even more athletic, deep line-up.  Transferred from Hopkins. 

Two. Patrick Bath to Totino-Grace.  A 6-foot-9 big man that quickly becomes the top big in his class because of his agility at his size.  Will give the Eagles more size to face Chet HolmgrenChetHolmgren7'0" | CMinnehaha Academy | 2021State#1NationMN. Transferred from Fargo Shanley (ND).

Three. Demarion Watson-SaulsberryDemarionWatson-Saulsberry6'6" | SFMinnehaha Academy | 2022StateMN to Totino-Grace.  A big wing that the Eagles can use at both forward spots , Demarion has high major explosive athletic ability.  Transferred from Minnehaha Academy. 

Four. Ibrahim El-AminIbrahimEl-Amin5'11" | PGBurnsville | 2023StateMN and Alex JonesAlexJones6'1" | PGBloomington Jefferson | 2023StateMN to Minnetonka.  A pair of the best 2023s in the state, Ibrahim was a top playmaker at Burnsville last year while Jones was a key player for Bloomington Jefferson.  They will join Jalen CainJalenCain6'2" | PGMinnetonka | 2023StateMN and Cohen KelloggCohenKellogg5'11" | PGMinnetonka | 2022StateMN in

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