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Undecideds abound among Star Tribune top 10 basketball recruits

By RON HAGGSTROM, Star Tribune , 03/01/21, 4:45PM CST


The first six players on the list have yet to make their college choice known.

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High school sports reporter Ron Haggstrom picks his top 10 Minnesota high school boys’ basketball recruits. (Photos from SportsEngine file from this season or last season.)

1. Chet Holmgren, Minnehaha Academy, 7-0 center, senior: The nation’s No. 1 recruit isn’t resting on his laurels in final prep year.
College: Undecided


2. Taison Chatman, Totino-Grace, 6-3 guard, sophomore: Knows how to set defenders up by playing at various speeds.
College: Undecided

3. Tre Holloman, Cretin-Derham Hall, 6-2 guard, junior: Very energetic and enjoys getting his teammates involved.
College: Undecided

4. Camden Heide, Wayzata, 6-6 forward, junior: Pure shooter with deep range who can get out and run the floor. College: Undecided

5. Prince Aligbe, Minnehaha Academy, 6-6 F, junior: Excels in the open court and a strong finisher at the rim.
College: Undecided

6. Eli King, Caledonia, 6-3 G, junior: Two-sport standout (football) currently rehabbing from torn meniscus in right knee.
College: Undecided

7. Will Tschetter, Stewartville, 6-8 forward, senior: Will take defenders off the dribble as well as step back and bury a three-pointer.
College: Michigan

8. Elvis Nnaji, Hopkins, 6-9 forward, junior: Strong defensively. Looking to become more consistent offensively.
College: Undecided

9. Kendall Blue, East Ridge, 6-5 guard, junior: Blue is ambidextrous, so he is comfortable using either hand.
College: Undecided

10. Ahjany Lee, Byron, 6-9 F, junior: Don’t sleep on Lee as people did with his sister, Ayoka, now a star at Kansas State.
College: Undecided

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