Posted On: 11/9/21 12:57 PM

The Breakdown metro fall league continued at Hopkins on Sunday, and I was there to catch four of the morning games. These are seven of the top performers that I watched compete!

Ashton Keomysy (5’10 2022 G, Maple Grove)- Ashton looks like he could be a breakout player this year for Maple Grove, having played in just two varsity games last season. In an overtime win against Spring Lake Park he was aggressive getting to the basket, and defenders had a hard time moving their feet to keep him in front. He’s such a shifty ball handler with the quickness to fly right by you and explode towards the rim. That athleticism allows him to finish over bigger players in the paint. I also liked his pull-up jumper as he could use the handle to create some separation and then knock down shots from mid-range or three.

Carter Bjerke Carter Bjerke 6'9" | PF Wayzata | 2022 State MN (6’9 2022 PF, Wayzata)- The defending state champs lost a lot from last season, but bring back some talent including St. Thomas commit Carter Bjerke Carter Bjerke 6'9" | PF Wayzata | 2022 State MN . Against DeLaSalle he really impressed me with his improved shot blocking ability, as he was sliding over into positions to either contest or get

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