Posted On: 12/22/20 2:48 PM

There have been some injuries and departures prior to graduation in Minnesota high school basketball leaving big shoes to fill.  Who is filling those shoes?  Prep Hoops investigates today! 

Quyavant DouglasQuyavantDouglas6'0" | PGBrooklyn Center | 2023StateMN of Brooklyn Center.  Brooklyn Center had a wealth of young talent playing last year but almost all of it transferred to Minneapolis South or DeLaSalle.  Not everybody left though! Sophomore Quyavant DouglasQuyavantDouglas6'0" | PGBrooklyn Center | 2023StateMN is one of the better sophomores in the state.  He averaged 17 a game as an 8th grader and then a dozen a game last year in the ten contests he played in.  With two years of varsity experience under his belt the explosive wing should be ready for a big season. 

Michael KastelicMichaelKastelic6'0" | PGDuluth East | 2023StateMN of Duluth East.  Michael is one of the possibilities that the Greyhounds have to step in for injured junior point guard Will Van ScoyWillVan Scoy6'1" | PGDuluth East | 2022StateMN.  We don’t if he will take the job but we do know that Kastelic, a sophomore, has very good vision plus he’s talented in creating off the bounce for others,  He had a solid freshman season in 2019-20 and his role will increase in a big way with Van Scoy out

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