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Minnesota 2022 Class Top Performers at Round ball Remix Classic 4!


A talented field of prospects from across the Twin Cities metro hit the hardwood at this year’s Round Ball Remix Classic 4. Here’s a look at some of the top prospects and performers from Minnesota’s loaded 2022 class at this year’s showcase. 


Willie Wilson 6’3 PG – Team Sizzle, Minneapolis North 

Filling the score sheet up in each of his games, Wilson played at a high level in the minutes he was given for Minneapolis North during the Round Ball.  Considered one of the top prospects in Minnesota’s 2022 class, Wilson is one to watch closely during this July for new offers and returning interest. 


Donald Ferguson III – 6’2 PG – Team GetShook, Osseo 

Playing at a high level on both sides of the ball, Ferguson displayed a very complete guard skill set for Team GetShook.  Able to stretch the floor from deep, create off of the dribble and create for others, Ferguson has many of the tools college coaches seek in D1 guard prospects and is ready for the live recruiting period.  He has new interest from Pepperdine University, Seattle University, Loyola Marymount University, University of Portland and University of Southern Mississippi.


Donnavin Hinsz – 6’7 F – Team Sizzle, Columbia Heights 

A skilled and athletic wing forward Hinsz displayed a very complete skill set at this year’s Round Ball Remix Classic.  Hinsz runs the court, able to guard multiple positions, solid shooting touch and can play above the rim on both sides of the ball.  One of the premiere wing prospects in Minnesota’s 2022 class. Look for Hinsz to draw new interest in the coming weeks. 


Jacob Butler – 6’5 WF – MN Heat, Minneapolis North 

A tough and competitive wing guard prospect. Butler has great physical attributes to go along with the attitude.  Butler was in attack mode at the Round Ball Remix showing good potential and production for Minneapolis North. 


Ayo Taki 6’5 SF Team GetShook/Champlin Park 

An athletic, versatile wing, Taki played at a high level for Team GetShook at the Round Ball Remix.  Making some big time plays above the rim as well as showing some shooting touch from the perimeter.  Taki’s game continues to grow and should be ready to show what he has this July to add more offers and interest. 



DeMeiko Anderson – 6’0 PG – Next Level Pursuit/Minneapolis North 

A scoring lead guard prospect,  Anderson came off the bench for Minneapolis North but produced at a high level in his playing time finishing the weekend as one of the team’s top total scorers.  Anderson has a great combination of perimeter shooting touch, ball skills and quickness and will play major minutes for Next Level Pursuit in July. 

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