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Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up 2020 Class Top 40 Spring Rankings

It only gets better for the talented level in Minnesota high school basketball as the 2020 class is led by the top guard prospect in the class nationally Minneapolis Minnehaha Academy freshmen phenom Jalen Suggs. Minnesota 2020 class has great potential and depth at the top a pair of high major big Dain Danja as well as a host of talented point guards Minnehaha Academy's Terry Lockett, Hopkins's Blaise Beauchamp, Brooklyn Center's Lu'Cye Patterson and Eden Prairies's Drake Dobbs.

1.) Jalen Suggs 6'4, G Minnehaha Academy-Prototype athletic scoring combo guard
2.) Dain Dainja 6'8, PF Park Center-Prototype athletic balanced power forward, rim protector
3.) Terry Lockett 6'0, PG Minnehaha Academy- Prototype pure point guard, skilled shooter
4.) Kerwin Walton 6'4, SG Breck- Prototype shooting guard, skilled shooter, athletic scoring guard
5.) Blaise Beauchamp 5'11, PG Hopkins- High caliber scoring point guard, skilled shooter
6.) Ben Carlson 6'9 PF/C, East Ridge- Skilled balanced post, rim protector
7.) Tate Machacek 6'6 F, Eastview- Athletic, skilled, versatile balanced forward
8.) Lu'Cye Patterson 5'11, PG Brooklyn Center- High caliber scoring point guard, skilled shooter
9.) Kaden Johnson 6'3 SG Minnehaha Academy- High caliber athletic wing guard
10.) Brendon Lankford-Johnson 6'3, SG North St.Paul- Athletic scoring guard, high caliber defender
11.) Dawson Garcia 6'8 F, Prior Lake- Skilled wing forward, versatile defender
12.) Noah King 6'3 SG Caladonia- Skilled scorer, skilled shooter, scoring guard
13.) Drake Dobbs 5'11, PG, Eden Prairie- Skilled scoring point guard
14.) Nathan Heise 6'0 PG, Lake City- Scoring point guard, skilled shooter
15.) Wyatt Schroeder 6'5 F, St.Francis- Athletic, versatile balanced forward
16.) David Injabimbola 6'0 G, Park Center- Athletic, skilled combo guard, high caliber defender
17.) Austin Andrews 6'5, PF Eden Prairie- Skilled, balanced post forward
18.) Cornell Richardson 5'10, PG, Osseo- Prototype pure point guard
19.) Langston Binns 5'10, G Minnehaha Academy- Scoring combo guard, skilled shooter
20.) Henry Abraham 5'10, G Cambridge-Isanti- Skilled shooter, combo guard
21.) Drew White 6'3, G St.Paul Washington- Athletic combo guard
22.) Amari Carter 6'4, SF Cretin Derham Hall- Athletic wing, high caliber defender
23.) Hakim Daniels 6'1, SG Maranatha Academy- Athletic scoring guard
24.) Damon Young 5'10 PG Minneapolis North- High caliber pure point guard
25.) Connor Christainsen 6'6, PF Eden Prairie- Balanced post, post defender
26.) Curtis Jones 5'10 PG Minneapolis South- Pure point guard, skilled shooter
27.) Jax Madson 6'0 PG Mankato East- Skilled combo guard
28.) Charles Katona 6'5 F Shakapee- Skilled post forward
29.) Tait Nelson 5'8 G, St.Anthony Village- Scoring point guard
30.) Colin Meade 6'5, PF Rochester Lourdes- Balanced post forward
31.) Kendale Moore 6'2, G East Ridge- Athletic combo guard
32.) Cooper Olson 6'5, SF Champlin Park- Skilled scoring wing forward
33.) Ariel Bland 6'1 G Holy Family- Athletic scoring combo guard
34.) Rudwan Tahir 5'9, G Brooklyn Center- High caliber combo guard
35.) Josh Kamara 6'1, G Burnsville- Athletic combo guard
36.) Jordan Jones 5'8, Cooper- Athletic point guard
37.) Reid Gastner 6'2, PF Lake City- Skilled post forward
38.) Drew Irvin 5'9, PG, De La Salle- Pure point guard, skilled shooter
39.) Amir Whitlock 5'8, PG Park Center- Pure point guard, skilled shooter
40.) Jonathan Gonning 5'10, PG Columbia Heights- Athletic point guard

Don't Sleep list:Cole Chapman Mahtomedi, Jalen Travis De La Salle, Tony Dahl Buffalo, Sam Gonzalez Cretin Derham Hall, Cameron Steele Minnetonka, James Booker Park Center, Nick Hendler Holy Family, Miciah Hurt Osseo, Jared Walter Champlin Park, Lucas Dunford Eden Prairie, Cole Ewald St.Louis Park, Robert Riley Brooklyn Center, Micheal Collins Irondale, Riley O'Connor Minnetonka, Zach Lea Chaska, Brady Williams Dover-Eyota, Joe Buelow Maple Grove, Carlos Paul Sallis-Hamin Humbult,  Adam Biewen Armstrong, Joseph Kearney Tartan, Isaac Burns Fridley, Luke Getzen Chanhassen, Dylan DeChampeau Greenway, Jake Breitbach Armstrong, Patrick Perreault Blaine Ryan Samuelson Jordan

( Note: These rankings mean nothing as a freshmen other than recognizing those who's potential, talent & production have shown thus far. Focus on getting better!)


Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up 2019 Class Top 40 Spring Rankings

Minnesota continues to produce a great deal of talent prospects in each class. This year's 2017 high school season sophomore class the 2019's have already began to have the impact on Minnesota prep basketball landscape. Led by one of the nation's elite front court prospects Rochester John Marshall forward Matthew Hurt along with a host of budding talented prospects such as East Ridge wing Courtney Brown Jr, Cretin Derham Hall shooting guard Jaeden King, Hopkins forward Zeke Nnaji and De La Salle point guard Tyrell Terry.

1) Matthew Hurt 6'7 F John Marshall- Skilled scorer, stretch forward
2) Tyrell Terry 6'1 PG De La Salle- Prototype pure point guard, skilled shooter
3) Courtney Brown 6'6 SF Eastridge- Athletic, skilled wing forward
4) Zeke Nnaji 6'9 F Lakeville North-Athletic, skilled, balanced forward, rim protector
5) Malik Lamin 6'10 C/PF De La Salle- Balanced post, rim protector
6) David Roddy 6'5 SF Breck- Skilled scorer, wing forward
7) Bennett otto 6'4 SG Champlin Park- Prototype shooting guard, skilled shooter, play maker
8) Tyler Wahl 6'6 F Lakeville North- Athletic, versatile, balanced forward
9) Jamison Battle 6'4 SG/SF Benilde St.Margarets- Athletic skilled scorer, wing guard
10) Jaeden King 6'3 G Cretin Derham Hall- Skilled shooter, scoring combo guard
11) Jacob Beeninga 5'11 PG Wayzata- Pure point guard, skilled shooter
12) Nasir El-Amin 5'10 PG Minneapolis North- Pure point guard, high caliber defender
13) Kahri Broadway 6'3 SG Park Center- Athletic slashing wing guard, high caliber defender
14) Antwan Kimmons 5'11 PG Tartan- Athletic scoring point guard, high caliber defender
15) Daveonte Davis 6'4 SG St.Paul Central- Athletic slashing wing guard
16) Isaac Fink 6'3 SG Springfield- Skilled scorer, skilled shooter, shooting guard
17) Jalen Dearring 6'0 PG Minnetonka- Pure point guard, skilled shooter
18) Jalen Justice 6'1 PG Cooper- Scoring point guard, skilled shooter
19) Eli Campbell 5'10 PG Minneapolis North- Scoring point guard, skilled shooter
20) Emmanuel Tamba 6'1 G Park Center- Scoring combo guard, high caliber defender
21) Owen Boerema 6'3 SG Litchfield- Skilled scorer, skilled shooter, shooting guard
22) Sidney Manning 6'6 F Osseo- Athletic wing forward, versatile, high caliber defender
23) Kato Sealey 6'4 SF Champlin Park- Athletic, skilled scorer, wing forward
24) Noah Chainberlain 6'6 SF St. Thomas Academy- Skilled point forward
25) Dylan Drees 6'8 PF Benilde St.Margarets-Balanced skilled post
26) Cameron Vaughn 6'0 PG Park Center- Athletic scoring point guard
27) Jovan Christian 5'9 PG- St.Paul Harding- Athletic scoring point guard
28) Jarvis Wright 6'1 SG Columbia Heights- Skilled scorer, wing guard
29) Rashaud Rollins 5'11 PG Minnepolis Henry- Athletic scoring point guard
30) Tommy Chaptman 6'3 SG Park Center- Skilled shooter, scoring guard
31) Adam Willliams 6'1 G Princeton- Skilled shooter, scoring combo guard
32) Rorbert Jones 6'8 PF Proir Lake- Balanced post, rim protector
33) Mark Possis 6'2 SG Apple Valley- Skilled shooter, scoring guard
34) Jensen Beachy 6'0 PG Preham- Scoring point guard
35) Julian Wright 5'9 PG De La Salle- Pure point guard
36) Alex John 6'6 PF Champlin Park- Balanced post power forward
37) Marcus Shepley 6'2 G Burnsville- Skilled shooter, scoring combo guard
38) Jakiya Walker 6'3 SG Eden Prairie- Athletic wing guard, high caliber defender
39) Mykel Alexander 6'4 F St.Paul Central- Athletic wing forward
40) Cole Nicholson 6'5 PF Chaska- Skilled balanced post

Don't Sleep List: Jaylin Williams Brooklyn Park, Max Steenland Southwest christian, Deszi Sims Roosevelt, Glen Carter Minneapolis North, Matthew Mann Tartan, Adreone Spinkes Brooklyn Center, Johnathan Williams Cristo Rey, Brandon Gusttufson Becker, Vincent Miska Pequot Lakes, Kreshawn Greer De La Salle, Zeke Hariis Rosemount, Isiah Watts Bloomington Jefferson, Peter Anderson Apple Valley, Thomas Leary Minnetonka, Gavin Lyons Bloomington Jefferson, Keaton Miller Rosemount, Nathan Brussean New Prauge, John Whitmore Benidle Saint Margets, Luke Barnes Roosevelt, Jalen Miller Cooper, Tommy Jenson Lakeville North, Zak Irsfeld  Brownerville, Jack Middleton  Edina, Kobe Anderson St.Agnes, Idreis El-Amin Hopkins, Zeke Harris Rosemount, Kris Coffey Minnetonka, Zach Zebrowski Eastridge Josh Fogel Hopkins, Kameron Givens De La Salle, Seigal Howard Minnehaha, Nate Shikenjanski Stillwater, Cade Peterson  Bemidji, Cole Priem Armstong, Mason Zick Northfield,  Antonio Triplett Columbia Heights, Lamont Grayson Richfield, Amir Davis Brooklyn Park, Victory George Cristo Rey, Montrell Stokes Osseo, Dane Zimmer Hopkins,



Minnesota Hoopers Stand Up 2018 Class Top 40 Spring Rankings

Led by one the nations elite point guard prospects Apple Valley's Tre Jones along with a host of other talented players at every position. Minnesota's 2018 class has great depth and potential with high caliber prospects at all positions. Look for this group to take Minnesota recruiting up to a new level, with a possible 5 plus high major prospects and 20 plus division one prospects.

1) Tre Jones 6'2 PG Apple Valley- Prototype athletic pure point, elite lock down defender (HM+)
2) Daniel Oturu 6'10 PF/C Cretin Derham Hall- Prototype athletic defensive post, skilled post scorer (HM+)
3) Race Thompson 6'8 PF Armstrong- Skilled scorer, stretch forward (HM)
4) Jarvis Thomas Omersa 6'9 PF Orono- Super athletic post forward (HM+)
5) Shae Mitchell 6'6 SF Lakeville South- Super athletic slashing wing (HM+)
6) Gabe Kalscheur 6'4 SG De La Salle- Skilled scorer, shooter, scoring guard (HM)
7) Both Gach 6'6 G Austin- Athletic scoring combo guard, high caliber wing defender (HM)
8) Goodnews Kpegeol 6'5 SG North St.Paul-Athletic scoring guard, lock down wing defender (MM+)
9) Joseph Hedstorm 6'10 PF/C Hopkins- Prototype balanced post (MM+)
10) Javonni Bickhmah 6'6 F Minnehaha Academy- Skilled utility point forward, play maker (MM+)
11) Adam Trapp 7'2 C Esko- Skilled post, elite post defender (HM)
12) Calvin Wishart 6'1 PG Delano- Skilled scorer, scoring point guard (MM)
13) Beijan Newbern 6'2 PG Cooper- High caliber athletic point guard (MM+)
14) Sy Chatman 6'8 F Cretin Derham Hall- Skilled, athletic, versatile, high caliber utility forward (MM)
15) Damani Hayes 6'4 SG Mankato East- Athletic, skilled combo guard, skilled shooter (MM)
16) Brevyn Spann-Ford 6'7 F St.Cloud Tech- Skilled, versatile, balanced forward (MM)
17) Ryan Larson 5'11 PG Cretin Derham Hall- Skilled, pure point guard (LM)
18) Matt Todd 6'0 PG Monticello- Skilled shooter, scoring point guard (LM)
19) Anthony Davis 6'2 G Hopkins- Athletic scoring combo guard, high caliber defender (LM+)
20) Christian Kelly 6'4 SG Columbia Heights-Skilled, versatile, athletic wing guard (LM+)
21) Owen King 6'1 PG Caledonia- Skilled shooter, pure point guard (LM)
22) Douth Gach 6'5 SG Austin- Athletic wing guard, skilled shooter  (D2+)
23) Christian Dickson 6'3 G De La Salle- Skilled high caliber utility combo guard, high caliber defender (D2+)
24) Michael Schaefer 6'6 SF St.Cloud Cathedral- Skilled wing forward, skilled  shooter (D2+)
25) Jarius Cook 6'3 SG Park Center- Skilled shooter, athletic scoring guard  (D2+)
26) Odell Wilson 6'6 PF Minneapolis North- Skilled post scorer, balanced post (D2+)
27) Wendell Matthews 6'6 PF Columbia Height- Athletic, balanced post forward (D2+)
28) Uhana Ochan 6'6 F Mankato East- Super athletic utility forward, versatile high caliber defender (D2)
29) Jacob Prince 6'4 SG Cretin Derham Hall-Balanced shooting guard, high caliber defender (D2+)
30) Josiah Strong 6'0 PG Champlin Park- Skilled shooter, scoring point guard (D2+)
31) Deundra Roberson 5'11 Columbia Heights- Super athletic scoring point guard (D2)
32) Taylor Johnson 6'2 G Minneapolis North (D2+) Athletic combo guard, high caliber defender (D2)
33) Da'Kei Hines 6'8 PF/C Minneapolis North- Athletic post, rim protector (D2)
34) Zach Theisen Osseo G 6'1 Osseo- Skilled shooter, scoring combo guard (D2)
35) Deng Deng 6'6 F Saulk Rapids- Athletic wing forward  (D2)
36) Jayton Metcalf 6'2 PG St.Croix Prep- Skilled scoring point guard (D2)
37) Anders Nelson 5'10 PG Edina- Skilled pure point, skilled shooter (D2)
38) Micheal Jones 6'4 SF Woodbury- Skilled scorer wing forward  (D2)
39) Max Bjorklung 6'0 PG Orono- Skilled shooter, scoring point guard (D2)
40) Nathan Hendler 6'4 SG Holy Family- Skilled, balanced, utility scoring wing guard (D2)

Dont Sleep List: Cameron Davis Spring Lake Park, Trever Kaiser Dessel Cokato,Rieshaun Satar Henry Sibley Drew Galinson Wayzata, Markel Anue Bloomington Kennedy,Jake Binley Simley, Michael Coble Byron, Manny Jingco Stillwater, Bjorn Knutson Byron, Mitch Plombom St.Cloud Cathedral, Sam Vascellaro St.Thomas Academy, Terrell Adams Washburn, Kafi Abdi Learning for leadership, Leo Buchward Roosevelt, Jack Moe Blake, Ryan Mazurek Holy Angles, Kire Mayfield St.Louis Park, Colton Codute Orono, Trokan Massey Cooper, Charles Gordon Washburn,Gary Smith Jr St.Agnes, Devin Wade-Henderson Richfield, Alonzo Smith Minnehaha Academy, Carlton Mckenzie Champlin Park, Nate Hill Cooper, Kaden Vaughn St.Charles, Joe Dunn BSM, Isaih Stone Bloomington Kenndy, Moses Issa Austin, Krystain Toliver Bloomington Kenndy, Zion Standford Minneapolis North, Sage Booker De La Salle, Kyler Kluge Eden Prairie, Manson Otterdahl Northfield, Cody Landwehr Saulk Rapids, Camden Jackson St. Cloud Tech, Bryce Phillips North St.Pual, Beau Bailey Lakeville North, Ethan Youso Virginia, Cahlil Golden North St.Paul, Byron Bynum Blaine, Dominick Ingram Edina, Charlie Dennis Cretin Derham Hall, Rayquan Moore De La Salle, Jake Burger Elk River, Malik Hurt Osseo, Lincoln Cizek Holy Family, Milik Bodden Groves Academy, Kobey Woolhouse Mayer Lutheran, James Clark Sebeka, Niko Polydorou Minneapolis Southwest, William Taylor South St.Paul, Aaron Smith St.Athony Village, Quentin Hardrict Columbia Heights, Alex Rassmunsen Northfield

Apple Valley PG Tre Jones
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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, Tirik Reeves Fridley, 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