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Posted On: 01/6/21 4:22 PM

St. Croix Prep lost just once a season ago.  Cristo Rey and Concordia Academy were to play for state last year.  All are contenders in 4AA this year. 

4AA Power Rankings

  1. St Croix Prep
  2. Cristo Rey Jesuit
  3. Twin Cities Academy
  4. New Life Academy
  5. Hiawatha Collegiate
  6. St. Paul Humboldt
  7. Math & Science Academy
  8. Concordia Academy
  9. St. Paul Academy
  10. St. Agnes
  11. Metro Schools College Prep
  12. Mounds Park Academy
  13. St. Paul Washington
  14. Nova Classical 

 

The Section 15

First Team

Erick BurgessErickBurgess6'4" | SGCristo Rey | 2021StateMN of Cristo Rey (Sr)

Xavier GarciaXavierGarcia6'4" | SFSt. Croix Lutheran | 2021StateMN of St. Paul Humboldt (Sr)

AJ GreeneAJGreene5'10" | PGConcordia Academy | 2023StateMN of Concordia Academy (Soph)

Jessye Lewis JrJessyeLewis Jr6'0" | PGHiawatha Collegiate | 2023StateMN of Hiawatha Collegiate (Soph)

Addison MetcalfAddisonMetcalf6'3" | SFSt. Croix Prep | 2021StateMN of St. Croix Prep (Sr)

 

Second Team

Derek BurgessDerekBurgess6'4" | SGCristo Rey | 2021StateMN of Cristo Rey (Sr)

Adam HolodAdamHolod6'1" | SGSt. Paul Academy | 2021StateMN of St Paul Academy (Sr)

Andrew HowardAndrewHoward6'0" | SGSt. Croix Prep | 2021StateMN of St. Croix Prep (Sr)

Carrington McNealCarringtonMcNeal5'9" | PGTwin Cities Academy | 2022StateMN of Twin Cities (Jr)

Erick Reader of New Life Academy (Soph)

 

Third Team

Romelle Bell of Hiawatha Collegiate (Soph)

Dylan Goff of Math & Science Academy (Jr)

Jahiem Houts of Hiawatha Collegiate (Soph)

Kollin KaemingkKollinKaemingk5'10" | PGNew Life Academy | 2022StateMN of New Life Academy (Jr)

Erick BurgessErickBurgess6'4" | SGCristo Rey | 2021StateMN of Cristo Rey (Sr) Xavier GarciaXavierGarcia6'4" | SFSt. Croix Lutheran | 2021StateMN of St. Paul Humboldt (Sr) AJ GreeneAJGreene5'10" | PGConcordia Academy | 2023StateMN of Concordia Academy (Soph) Jessye Lewis JrJessyeLewis Jr6'0" | PGHiawatha Collegiate | 2023StateMN of Hiawatha Collegiate (Soph) Addison MetcalfAddisonMetcalf6'3" | SFSt. Croix Prep | 2021StateMN of St. Croix Prep (Sr)   Second Team Derek BurgessDerekBurgess6'4" | SGCristo Rey | 2021StateMN of Cristo Rey (Sr) Adam HolodAdamHolod6'1" | SGSt. Paul Academy | 2021StateMN of St Paul Academy (Sr) Andrew HowardAndrewHoward6'0" | SGSt. Croix Prep | 2021StateMN of St. Croix Prep (Sr) Carrington McNealCarringtonMcNeal5'9" | PGTwin Cities Academy | 2022StateMN of Twin Cities (Jr) Erick Reader of New Life Academy (Soph)   Third Team Romelle Bell of Hiawatha Collegiate (Soph) Dylan Goff of Math & Science Academy (Jr) Jahiem Houts of Hiawatha Collegiate (Soph) Kollin KaemingkKollinKaemingk5'10" | PGNew Life Academy | 2022StateMN of New Life Academy (Jr) Carmello McNealCarmelloMcNeal5'9" | PGTwin Cities Academy | 2022StateMN of Twin Cities (Jr) Brian WilliamsBrianWilliams6'2" | SFSt. Paul Humboldt | 2021StateMN of St. Paul Humboldt (Sr)   Final Thoughts There are young teams in this section that could mature and take a giant step forward. There are recently successful programs that will continue to contend.  There are others that have a lot to rebuild.  There are some schools replacing too much, others replacing players and will be better for it.  The teams that have been most consistently successful start as favorites (St. Croix Prep and Cristo Rey) but others are hot on their trail.  

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