Champlin Park, 6-9,
Excellent at using his length, timing and athleticism to be a big-time defender. Second in the state in blocked shots (146) to Daniel Oturu. The Marquette recruit knows how to attack the rim offensively.
Minneapolis North, 6-5, sr. guard
Talented, athletic scorer who can knock down the three-pointer or dunk. Outstanding defender the Polars count on to shut down their opposition's go-to player.
6-10, jr. forward
Future Gopher is a game-changer on the defensive end of the floor. Averaging 19.6 points to go with a state-best 16.5 rebounds and 6.3 blocked shots per game.
Cristo Rey Jesuit,
6-9, sr. forward
"Tremendous quickness and touch for a player of his size," said Texas coach Shaka Smart, his future mentor. "He is a powerful athlete whose emerging skill set and explosiveness make his potential almost limitless."
6-3, fr. guard
Hailed as the best point guard in the nation in the Class of 2020. Averages 21.7 points, 7.2 rebounds, 5.3 assists and 3.5 steals per game. Had two 40-point performances and topped 1,000 career points.
Trae Berhow, Watertown-Mayer, 6-5, sr. forward
Owen Chose, Eden Prairie, 6-2, sr. guard
Myles Hanson, Chaska, 6-6, sr. forward
Jordan Horn, Tartan, 6-2, sr. guard
Race Thompson, Armstrong, 6-8, jr. forward
SELECTION PROCESS The all-metro teams and player of the year were chosen based on nominations from metro area coaches, conversations with coaches and staff observations.