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Posted On: 09/28/20 11:58 AM

The Minnesota Top 250 Expo took place over the weekend at Hopkins High School, with roughly 280 prospects competing throughout the day. These are the seven top performers I saw at the point guard spot!

Cameron Oliphant (5’11 2022 PG, Duluth East)- Cam looks like he’ll play a key role for Duluth East off the bench, as he brings a variety of skills to the table at the lead guard spot. He’s a solid athlete with good quickness to defend either guard spot, and he runs the point with poise and maturity. Oliphant has some wiggle to him with the ball, able to maneuver his way to the rim off the dribble and finish with craft. I liked how he played unselfishly and made sure that everyone on his team got their share of the ball, but also wasn’t afraid to look for his own shot getting to the basket.

Cohen KelloggCohenKellogg5'11" | PGMinnetonka | 2022StateMN (5’11 2022 PG, Minnetonka)- I didn’t have a chance to see Cohen play during the summer, but was blown away by the improvements he’s made during the offseason in the game I caught on Saturday. He’s always been a point guard capable of setting his teammates up, but

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