Posted On: 05/13/19 11:12 AM
The Minnesota AAU State Tournament Championship Tournament wrapped up yesterday with the Minnesota Fury taking home championships in the 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 brackets. So it shouldn't be surprising that our lineup of big time post players from the weekend is a rather Fury-heavy list.
Without further ado, here are six of the most dominant post players from the AAU State Tournament:
Sophie Hart - 2021 - Minnesota Fury UAA (Farmington) - We watched Hart play in a highly entertaining quarterfinal match-up against Tamia Ugass and Minnesota Stars Hersch. Sophie is PGH Minnesota's 11th ranked player in the class of 2021, and Tamia is the #10 prospect. It was a fantastic game, and a great battle between two of the class's best and strongest front-court players. Hart was on a mission early. She scored three baskets in the first 90 seconds, and forced a Stars timeout before most players had even broken a sweat. Hart's combination of size and skill wore down opposing defenses all weekend, and she was a key component of Fury UAA 2021's championship run.
Mallory Heyer - 2022 - Minnesota Fury UAA (Chaska) -