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DeLaSalle, 6-7, sr. forward

George Mason recruit is a big reason the Islanders are seeking a sixth consecutive Class 3A state championship. His length makes him a matchup nightmare and he's added strength to his game. "Goanar is a winner," George Mason coach Dave Paulsen said. "Goanar always makes his teammates better. He has an incredibly mature understanding of the game."

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Apple Valley, 6-2, jr. guard

Averaging 23.3 points,10 rebounds and 7.4 assists per game. "Has the unique ability to dominate play and make a significant impact on the game offensively, defensively and on the boards," Apple Valley coach Zach Goring said.


Champlin Park, 6-0, sr. guard

Rebels' career leading scorer was quickly identified as the No. 1 point guard prospect by Dayton. "A true point guard who has a pass-first mentality," Flyers coach Archie Miller said. "His physical tools and explosiveness with the ball will really allow us to put pressure on teams in transition." Can score almost at will.


Maple Grove, 6-3, sr. guard

Star Tribune Metro Football Player of the Year brings his fall sport toughness and leadership to the court. Averages 24.9 points, 7.9 assists and 4.6 steals and is Maple Grove's all-time leader in all three categories. Wisconsin coach Greg Gard said his future Badger "brings a tremendous toughness and competitive spirit to both ends of the floor."


Lakeville North, 6-10, sr. forward

Wisconsin recruit really made his presence felt on the interior this year. Averaging 25.6 points, 12.3 rebounds, 3.5 blocked shots. An outstanding shooter, 60 percent from the field , 48 percent on threes and 78 percent from the foul line. "Nathan has improved in so many ways," Panthers coach John Oxton said.