Posted On: 02/18/21 3:03 PM


The favorite: Johnston played their best basketball in the middle of the season as they rallied off 7 wins in a row. They are 1-2 since said streak, and needing to find some rhythm. Led by Senior PG, and North Dakota commit Reid GrantReidGrant6'1" | PGJohnston | 2021StateIA (13.2 ppg & 3.9 apg). Grant is a PG who just makes the right play and competes on both ends for his team. After Grant, the Dragons have a pair of Juniors in Trey LewisTreyLewis5'8" | PGJohnston | 2022StateIA (12.3) and Steven KramerStevenKramer6'4" | SGJohnston | 2022StateIA (12.1) and are rounded out by their big man in the middle, Senior Max RoquetMaxRoquet6'6" | CJohnston | 2021StateIA (7.6 ppg & 9.5 rpg). Carter Borwick is this team’s 5th starter and it is clear why he’s on the court, to use his size to guard the opposing team’s best off-ball player. Outside of Lewis, this team isn’t looking to shoot from the perimeter first and really look to get to the basket. This could be something that opponent’s cue in on in the postseason and may pack the lane in order to keep the dribble drive in check. Kramer is a solid 2022

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