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Posted On: 10/13/20 9:42 PM

The Totino-Grace Eagles may have the deepest roster in the state of Minnesota right now.  Really?  We run you through 14 guys that could step on the floor and help most teams consistently, and of course the high level talent that makes them a contender. 

Key Wins in 19-20: Champlin Park, Spring Lake Park, Wayzata, Maple Grove, Armstrong

Oops: Minnehaha Academy, Hopkins, Park Center, Spring Lake Park, CDH, Lakeville South

Moving On: Nobody.  The Eagles didn’t have a senior last year. 

Returning Starters: When the Eagles took the floor in last year’s section title loss to Minnehaha Academy, they started six foot guard DJ Akpati DJ Akpati 6'0" | PG Totino-Grace | 2021 State MN at point guard (now a senior), now sophomores CJ O’Hara CJ O’Hara 6'4" | SG Totino-Grace | 2023 State #171 Nation MN (6-foot-3) and Taison Chatman Taison Chatman 6'4" | PG Totino-Grace | 2023 State #19 Nation MN (6-foot-3) at wings, Devin Burger Devin Burger 6'6" | SF Totino-Grace | 2021 State MN (now a 6-foot-6 senior) at the four, and recent 6-foot-8 Notre Dame football commit Joe Alt Joe Alt 6'6" | C Totino-Grace | 2021 State MN at the five (also a senior this year).  Chatman is a 5-star talent ranking with the elite guards in the entire nation for the 2023 class.  O’Hara is the second ranked sophomore in Minnesota and a top 100-150 ranked player nationally.  Burger and Akpati are experienced, hard working, and dependable.  Akpati

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