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All-Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up HS Under Class Men Teams


Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up creates this list to acknowledge the 25 most impactful under classmen players during the 2016-2017 Minnesota High school basketball season. Led by some of the Nations top underclassmen prospects top ranked freshman guard Minneapolis Minnehaha Academy Jalen Suggs and nationally ranked forward super sophomore Rochester John Marshall Matthew Hurt as well as  host of budding talented prospects such as De La Salle PG Tyrell Terry, Hopkins F Zeke Nnaji, Breck SG Kerwin Walton and Park Center PF Dain Dainja.

First Team
Jacob Beeinga PG Wayzata 2019
Tyrell Terry PG De La Salle 2019
Jalen Suggs G Minnehaha Academy 2020
Courtney Brown Jr F East Ridge 2019
Matthew Hurt F John Marshall 2019

Second Team
Nathan Heise PG Lake City 2020
Lu'Cye Patterson PG Brooklyn Center 2020
Noah King SG Caledonia 2020
David Roddy F Breck 2019
Dain Dainja F Park Center 2020

Third Team
Tait Nelson PG St.Anthony Village 2020
Jaeden King G Cretin Derham Hall 2019
Kerwin Walton SG Breck 2020
Jamison Battle SG Benidle St.Margrets 2019
Tyler Whal F Lakeville North 2019

Fourth Team
Curtis Jones PG Minneapolis South 2020
Kahari Broadway SG Park Center 2019
Kaden Johnson SF/SG Minnehaha Academy 2020
Zeke Nnaji F Hopkins 2019
Ben Carlson PF/C East Ridge 2020

Fifth Team
Drake Dobbs PG Eden Prairie 2020
Nasir El-Amin PG Minneapolis North 2019
Hakim Daniels G Maranatha Academy 2020
Daveonte Davis St.Paul Central 2019
Malik Lamin C/PF De La Salle 2019


All-Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up HS Upper Class Men Teams


Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up creates this list to acknowledge the 25 most impactful upper classmen players during the 2016-2017 Minnesota High school basketball season. Led by one of the Nations top point guards Duke recruit Apple Valley's Tre Jones and a host of other talented players such Minneapolis Cristo Rey Texas commit F Jericho Sims, Maple Grove Wisconsin commit's G Brad Davison, Lakeville F Nathan Reuvers, Champlin Park Dayton commit McKinley Wright, Austin Both Gach, Cretin Derham Hall Minnesota Daniel Oturu.

First Team
Tre Jones PG Apple Valley 2018
McKinley Wright PG Champlin Park 2017
Brad Davison G Maple Grove 2017
Trae Berhow G/F Watertown 2017
Nathan Reuvers F Lakeville North 2017

Second Team 
Jordan Horn PG Tartan 2017
Simeon Davis G Hill Murray 2017
Isaac Johnson SG Minneapolis North 2017
Jericho Sims F Cristo Rey 2017
Parker Fox F Mahtomedi 2017

Third Team
Both Gach G Austin 2018
Myles Hanson SF/SG Chaska 2017
Goanar Mar F De La Salle 2017
Theo John F/C Champlin Park 2017
Daniel Oturu F/C Cretin Derham Hall 2018

Fourth Team
Calvin Wishart PG Delano 2018
Ishmael El-Amin G Hopkins 2017
Gabe Kalscheur SG De La Salle 2018
Race Thompson PF Armstrong 2018
Jarvis Thomas PF Orono 2018

Fifth Team 
Owen Chose PG Eden Prairie 2017
Tywhon Pickford SG Maple Grove 2017
Goodnews Kpegeol SG North St.Paul 2018
Shae Mitchell SF Lakeville South 2018
Javonni Bickham F Minnehaha Academy 2018

Honorable mention: Walt Mcgrory Edina, Brian Robinson Prairie Seeds Academy, Johnny Erikson Hope Academy, Simon Wright Hopkins, Jarius Cook Park Center, Bryce Irsfeld PG Brownsville,Kade Hart F Faribault Losini Karma Park Center, Broc Finstune Pine Island, Beijan Newbern Cooper, Joseph Hedstrom Hopkins, Antonio Maddox Richfield, Matt Todd Monticello, , Jaquan Sanders-Smith Minneapolis North, , Owen King Caledonia, Jack Sorensen Lakeville South, Sean Sutherlin Irondale, Markel Aune Kennedy, Christian Kelly Columbia Heights, Anthony Davis Hopkins, Odel Wilson Minneapolis North, Adam Trapp Esko, Christian Dickson De La Salle, Gary Smith St.Anges,, Mar Mar Hughes Osseo, Cire Mayfield St.Loius Park, Deandre Robinson Columbia Heights, Taylor Johnson Minneapolis North, Sy Champtman Cretin Derham Hall

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Most Outstanding Player & South Metro Hoop Fest Teams Boys & Girls

Jericho Sims Cristo Rey 2017 Most Outstanding Player
















Hoop Fest First Team Boys 

Cortez Adams PG Minneapolis Washburn
Christian Kelly SG Columbia Heights
Leo Buckwold SF Minneapolis Roosevelt
Wendell Matthews F Columbia Heights
Jericho Sims  F Minneapolis Cristo Rey

Hoop Fest Second Team Boys

Matt Todd PG Monticello
Jake Binley G Simley
Garret Magg G St.Croix Lutheran
Curtis Bell SG St.Paul Washington Tech
Courtney Brown Jr SF East Ridge

Honorable Mention: Quentin Hardrict Columbia Heights,  Karlton Gregory F Cristo Rey, Terrell Adams G Washburn, Reginald Rogers Roosevelt, Rezi Useh F St.Croix Lutheran, Nick Christianson G East Ridge, Sam Vujovich G Simley, Deaundra Roberson Columbia Heights, Albert Demmings F Washburn, Desi Sims G Roosevelt


Zaraya March SG Bloomington Kennedy Most Outstanding Player















Hoop Fest First Team Girls

Anna Frenz G Trinity
Monique Wooten G Minneapolis North
Zaraya March SG Bloomington Kennedy
Anna Michaud F Trinity
Honour Finley F Bloomington Kennedy

Honorable Mention: Imani Sa'eed-El G Bloomington Kennedy, Alani Pettis SF Minneapolis North, Precious Smith G Roosevelt, Ameenra Sa'eed-El Blooington Kennedy


Minnesota Top 5 Incoming freshmen classes

Top 5 incoming freshmen classes  2016-17 season

The future of every program starts as a freshmen class here's a look into the future of Minnesota high school basketball with the top 5 incoming freshman classes. Few classes come with as much promise as this years freshman 2020 class led by one of the nations elite talents. Minneapolis Minnehaha Academy's Jalen Suggs has already established himself as one the most dominate players in the state. While a host of other high caliber prospects wait to have that type of impact such as Park Center's Dain Dainja, East Ridge's Ben Carlson, Brooklyn Center's Lu'Cye Patterson and Breck's Kerwin Walton all who will have major impacts on their respective programs.

1) Minnehaha Academy 2A

Can you say Red Hawk's 4 peat! Led by the top freshmen guard in the class nationally Jalen Suggs a dynamic prospect, Terry Lockett the top lead guard prospect in the class and high caliber wing Kaden Johnson the Red Hawks have a freshmen class worthy of national recognition. Minnehaha Academy incoming group is as talented as any with a trio who are in their third year of playing varsity. With 3 of the top 10 prospects in Minnesota's 2020 class, will dominate the 2A title for next 4 years. Minnehaha Academy is loaded for the future and look to be primed to be one of the most talented teams in the state for years to come.

2) Park Center 4A

Pirates hit the jack pot as new coach James Ware comes in and with back to back top 5 incoming freshmen classes. A talented big in most classes Dain Dainja would be the top prospect in the class. Dain Dainja has been the most improved player since the end of last spring, taking home the MVP honors at The Twin Cities Under The Radar Showcase. He's focused everybody knows because his body and game are developing at amazing rate at the same time. David Injabimbola is one of the top guards in the class and ready to go day one varsity but will be on the bench, this year with talented upper class men in front of him. Amir Whitlock one of the most complete point guard prospects in the class will have to wait his turn on JV but will be a major contributor for the next few seasons. James Booker solid lead guard will have impact later. Detavius Firerson one of the top prospects in the class leaving was a major lose returning to Chicago after playing varsity as a 8th grader last season.

3) Eden Prairie 4A

The Eagles landed 4 of the top 40 prospects in this years freshmen class, led by one of the top guards in the class and host of front court prospects. One of the most skilled point guards in the class Drake Dobbs has the game to come in and have an impact immediately as the top prospect for the Eagles. A group of front court studs Austin Andrews, Connor Christensen and Lukas Dunford all will be able to make major contributions for the Eagles in the near future.

4) East Ridge 4A

East Ridge gets the top pure post prospect in the class Ben Carlson, who has had a immediate impact playing in the front court this year scoring and defending in the paint with his great size at 6'8. A talented combo guard Kendale Moore is a super athlete who will be able to have impact for the next few seasons. The front court combo of wing Courtney Brown Jr the top wing prospect from the 2019 class and Ben Carlson should inspire state tournament aspersions.

5) Brooklyn Center 2A

Coach McCollister gets the most talented incoming freshmen group in 2A led by guards Lu'Cye Patterson and Rudwan Tahir. Lu'Cye Patterson is one of the top prospects in the class, Patterson has plenty of varsity experience starting last year for the Centaurs putting up major production. Rudwan Tahir has good versatility will have a impact for the next four years returning after playing varsity last season. Also part of the talent incoming group is forwards Robert Riley, Aham Decker and guard Daniel Yates who all will contribute in the near future.

De La Salle 3A

One of the top prospects in the class Drew Irvin a talented point guard, leads the group of freshmen along with front court prospect Jalen Travis younger brother of Reed Travis and Kobe Franks a athletic wing. 5 time defending champions De La Salle Islanders have had a top 5 incoming freshmen class the last 2 seasons 2018, 2019 the top incoming class with the top pure point guard Tyrell Terry, the top pure post prospect in the class Malik Lamin and Julian Wright 3 of the top 30 prospects in the class.

Breck 2A

One of the top prospects in the 2020 class is shooting guard Kerwin Walton. Although the Mustangs don't add much other than Walton, coach Marcus Hill  the highest caliber basketball prospect to come to Breck. Walton has shown the skill, size and athleticism to come in and have a impact immediately. The combination on of 2019 stud David Roddy and Kerwin Walton will give the Mustangs plenty of firepower and a chance to make a run to state out of their section for the coming next 3 seasons.

Hopkins 4A

The Royals as usual land a major talent, combo guard Blaise Beauchamp is the first freshmen to start since Amir Coffey did 5 years ago. Beauchamp is a high caliber sharp shooter, with great scoring instincts. Beauchamp is basically the future at point guard for Hopkins which is always a big deal.

Cretin Derham Hall 4A

The Raiders continue to attract top level talent year in and year out. This years incoming freshmen class is led by a very athletic wing Amari Carter and Langston Binns who is one of the more skilled guards prospects in the class.

Osseo 4A

Coach Theisen is not new to talent at the guard position, Osseo get a pair of studs Cornell Richardson and Micah Harut. Cornell Richardson is one the top pure point guard prospects in the class with his ability to make his teammates better and Harut is a solid guard who have a impact in the coming seasons.

Holy Family 2A

One of the top and most complete combo guard prospects in the class Ariel Bland. If unimpeded Bland will play a major role for the Fire sophomore through senior season.






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Minnesota Preseason Underclassmen Teams


Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up creates this list to acknowledge the projected 25 most impactful underclassmen players for the coming 2016-2017 Minnesota High school basketball season. Led by some of the Nations top underclassmen prospects top ranked freshman guard Minneapolis Minnehaha Academy Jalen Suggs and nationally ranked forward super sophomore Rochester John Marshall Matthew Hurt as well as  host of budding talented prospects such as De La Salle PG Tyrell Terry, Hopkins F Zeke Nnaji, Breck SG Kerwin Walton and Park Center PF Dain Dainja.

First Team
Tyrell Terry PG De La Salle 2019
Terry Lockett PG Minnehaha Academy 2020
Jalen Suggs G Minnehaha Academy 2020
Courtney Brown Jr F East Ridge 2019
Matthew Hurt F John Marshall 2019

Second Team
Drake Dobbs PG Eden Prairie 2020
Bennett Otto SG Champlin Park 2019
David Roddy F Breck 2019
Zeke Nnaji F Hopkins 2019
Dain Dainja F Park Center 2020

Third Team
Jalen Dearring PG Minnetoka 2019
Kerwin Walton SG Breck 2020
Kahari Broadway SG Park Center 2019
Austin Andrews F Eden Prairie 2020
Malik Lamin C/PF De La Salle 2019

Fourth Team
Lu'Cye Patterson PG Brooklyn Center 2020
Tommy Champtman SG Park Center 2019
Kaden Johnson SF/SG Minnehaha 2020
Jamison Battle G/F Benidle St.Margrets 2019
Ben Carlson F East Ridge 2020

Fifth Team
Nasir El-Amin PG Minneapolis North 2019
Hakim Daniels G Maranatha Academy 2020
Mark Possis SG Apple Valley 2019
Mykel Alexander F St.Paul Central 2019
Dylan Drees F/C Benidle St.Margrets 2019