Posted On: 06/4/17 6:00 AM

Perhaps the Minnesota Suns should adorn Mimi Schrader’s jersey with some big old gold stars on the shoulders and a couple of shiny medals on the front. After all, the sophomore point guard from Wayzata is their floor general, oozing confidence with every step, making you feel certain that she is in command and has it all under control. Of course, it probably hasn’t felt like that lately as her Suns Kietzer 2019 squad suffered through a difficult state tournament. Saturday at Bloomington Kennedy, however, the Suns were rolling to a pair of big wins and Schrader was at her best.

Currently ranked 10th in Northstar’s class of 2019 rankings, Schrader is a talented guard with great skills, tremendous court vision, a strong understanding of the game, and that swagger that you just can’t teach. She can hit the pull-up, mid-range jumper practically at will, but her best skill is getting the ball to the right place at the right time. Combining with forward Kallie Theisen (ranked 2nd in the class of 2019), Schrader has helped lead Wayzata out of the wilderness in high school basketball. At 5-8, Schrader isn’t an imposing figure but she does impose her will on

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