Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Minnesota Weekly Prime Performers (III)


All through the previous week, I traveled all through the state of Minnesota and my hometown of Cleveland hitting as many video games as potential. Between highschool, school, and NBA video games, I used to be capable of catch 9 video games over seven days whereas touring, so it was a reasonably productive week to say the least. There have been big matchups in each Minnesota and Ohio, leaving loads of alternative for gamers to place their respective stamps on the season earlier than the playoffs begin.

Listed below are a few of the high performers that I noticed prior to now week all through Cleveland and Minnesota:

Kyle Jorgensen, 6’9, C, Minneapolis Washburn (MN), 2024
Some of the productive gamers within the state of Minnesota, Kyle Jorgensen continued his storied highschool profession by retaining Minneapolis Washburn undefeated (12-0) in metropolis league play with wins over South and North. Jorgensen is the epitome of a playmaking heart, is completely snug taking part in going through the rack, but additionally has a robust repertoire of strikes along with his again to the basket. Jorgensen is the subsequent Minnesota participant in Nico Medved’s quickly growing Minnesota pipeline and has proven fixed development all through his highschool profession.

Luke Skaljac, 6’1, PG, Brecksville Broadview Heights HS (OH), 2024
Arguably the perfect pure scorer within the Cleveland space, Luke Skaljac confirmed why he’s going to have the ability to assist Miami (OH) on the D-1 stage towards perennial energy Lakewood St. Edward’. The lefty is excellent at creating separation for his shot, using his off arm exceptionally nicely and throwing defenders off along with his excessive change of tempo. Skaljac’s capability to make robust pictures and create for himself/others ought to permit him to contribute within the MAC subsequent yr.

Jayden Moore, 6’0, PG, Hopkins HS (MN), 2026
So far as pure level guards are involved, there aren’t many higher within the class of 2026 than Jayden Moore. The 2 method guard from J- Sizzle completely managed the offense once we noticed him, put immense stress on the rock defensively, and was distinctive rebounding the ball from the backcourt. Moore already has six triple doubles this season and is the catalyst for a Hopkins squad that has the potential to do some injury within the Minnesota State Event.

Wendell Henry, 6’6, PF, St. Edward HS (OH), 2024
A flexible huge man, Wendell Henry punished Brecksville en path to St. Ed’s 74-65 upset victory. He regularly exploited mismatches with smaller defenders on the block, confirmed nice contact going through the basket, and even made performs for others each going through up and along with his again to the basket. Henry finally completed with 21 factors, eight rebounds, and three assists whereas reminding everybody in attendance why he’s among the finest unsigned seniors in Northeast Ohio.

Bryan Vlosich, 6’3, SG, St. Edward HS (OH), 2026
With Lakewood St. Edward being certainly one of Ohio’s perennial powers in highschool hoops, it’s uncommon that you simply see a participant seemingly come out of nowhere from the JV squad to turning into an impression participant on the varsity squad. Bryan Vlosich has finished simply that. A lights out shooter with grit, the sophomore reveals no scarcity of confidence, letting it fly from deep, and has proven the flexibility to comprise defensively. Vlosich is likely one of the brilliant younger names that has emerged this season within the Cleveland space.

Brady Ganley, 6’3, SG, Brecksville-Broadview Heights HS (OH), 2025
When it comes to wings within the Cleveland space, Brady Ganley has quietly established himself as one of many higher shooters within the junior class. Proudly owning no scarcity of confidence and an underrated first step, Ganely can harm you when left open, but will even make you pay along with his two-dribble pull-up in case you shut out on him wildly. Having had quite a lot of monster video games on the Underneath Armour circuit with Ohio Basketball Membership, Brady shall be a focus for OBC’s 17U staff this spring/summer season.



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