Posted On: 03/8/21 5:36 PM

In the first full Saturday of action this season, I was able to watch three games throughout the day. I started off with Eden Prairie vs St. Louis Park, then Bloomington Jefferson vs Wayzata, and finally Minneapolis North vs DeLaSalle. These are seven of the prospects who stood out most!

Miles Smith Miles Smith 6'2" | SG Eden Prairie | 2022 State MN (6’2 2022 SG, Eden Prairie)- A player who wasn’t previously on my radar, Miles definitely impressed in an EP win. At 6’2 he has solid positional length, and no shortage of confidence letting it fly from beyond the arc. St. Louis Park was making it a priority to shut down some of EP’s interior scorers, so Miles took over with his ability to score from beyond the arc. The junior lefty knocked down five 3’s, and had another basket attacking from the wing to blow by a bad closeout. Miles finished with a team high 17 points, and has been a double figure scorer this season.

Chiddi Obiazor (6’5 2023 SF, Eden Prairie)- Wasn’t Chiddi’s best scoring performance, but he showed the efficient scoring ability that has him looking like one of the better 2023 wings in the metro. Whether it was off a pick & roll or

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