– 6’2 – Guard – Stillwater/Minnesota Fury
Coming into the weekend Shikenjanski had picked up 6 offers since June 20. His superb play from June into July has continued. Friday night in Sioux Falls his Fury team needed big point scoring, he scored 45. Versus Minnesota Comets Gagner he out on a full display of his skills. In pick and roll he foundmultiple times for lay-ups. A few other times he drove and finish either left handed or right.
– 6’3 – Guard – Pequot Lakes/Minnesota Comets Lewis
Laposky has been the driver of Minnesota Comets Lewis offense all AAU season. Mostly in a distributor role (12 assists at Comets Shootout vs Gain Elite), he also has been a timely shooter from beyond the arc. Versus Schoolers Vincent Laposky hit six 3s for the Comets in their victory.
– 6’5 – Wing – Armstrong/MN Heat PVR
has been a solid role contributor for Armstrong and the Minnesota Heat PVR team. In the first two SPTS games Skram was able to knock down 11 3s to help Heat PVR secure the #2 seed in the SPTS league.
– Guard – Buffalo/Minnesota Comets Gagner
Dahl has played the secondary role at Buffalo for the past couple years next to Antonio Bluiett. On Comets Gagner the last three years he’s been the defacto lead guard. Dahl rebounds well for a guard, and that ability enables him to push the ball immediately up the court like he does versus Minnesota Fury. Dahl’s top ability, shoot 3s was on full display but also has a knack for finishing at the rim.
– 6’6 – Wing – MN Rise/Martin County West
Recently committed to Wayne State, Anderson didn’t need much time to catch and shoot. Any bits of room he had from defenders he released his smooth shot from the outside. The six-foot-six-inch wing used his length to shoot over smaller defenders as they weren’t able to distract his shot.
– Guard – Rock Ridge/Playmakers North
Whatlacks in size he makes up for in grit and determination. For Playmakers North Hansen plays the transitional point guard, sets the offense, makes the right passes, solid defender, and leader. Versus Minnesota Select in a game the Playmakers won, Hansen used all those skills plus some making timely shots that helped secure the win.
– Guard – Albany/Minnesota Comets Gagner
Gerads might get Josh Okogie’s nickname going forward, Non-Stop. With the ball Gerads is relentless on drives, and when getting in the lane his two-footed jump stop is tough to stop especially when players don’t realize he has some fantastic bounce off two feet.
– 6’3 – Guard – East Ridge/MN Fury
Mattes might not get your attention on Minnesota Fury Antl with his scoring but he sure does a fantastic job defending on the perimeter. Guarding straight up he blocked a three-pointer jump shot and another possession picked the guahttps://www.prephoops.com/player/john-pecarich/rds pocket that led to a lay-up. While his field goal numbers didn’t pop out, he managed to get a few free throws to tick up his scoring.
Johnny Pecarich – 6’2 – Guard – Brainerd/MN Heat PVR
Game 1 versus SD Attack Pecarich when given space made them pay in multiple ways in a game Heat PVR won by four. In their 2nd game Pecarich scored 18 points on five made 3s while dishing out 3 assists in another close game.
– 6’4 – Wing – Park/MN Select
is a long, active defender for the Minnesota Select team. Acting as a secondary ball handler next to a couple lead guards, when not initiating offense Omot is great off the ball cutting using above average jumping ability to finish at the rim.