Posted On: 07/21/21 6:12 PM

The Midwest Collision brought together teams from throughout the Midwest to compete in Appleton last weekend, and it was a good chance to catch up on some sleeper prospects as well as some of the more known names throughout the state. These are seven of the players who stood out most from Wisconsin!

MJ Stackhouse (6’6 2024 PF, World Hoops Elite)- Perhaps the most physically dominant 2024 player in the state at this stage, no one at the 15u level stood a chance at stopping MJ in the post. He’s 6’6, has a strong frame, possesses long arms, and is explosive off both one of two feet. I caught his final game of the weekend against a team that featured a 6’7-6’8 post, and MJ went at him from the start, putting up three post scores in a matter of minutes on his way to a 29 point game. He’s a strong finisher with both hands, and that allows him to turn over either shoulder and power his way up to score even through contact. In transition he runs the floor as well as a guard, able to beat defenders up the court and elevate for some explosive dunks (had three

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