Posted On: 05/27/20 4:15 PM

"There are not enough guard prospects in Minnesota," are words we’ve never said at Prep Girls Hoops. The quality of guards our state offers, especially in the Class of 2021, is extremely deep and we’ve already had more than 10 guards in the class commit to playing Division I and Division II college basketball. The four guard prospects we’re evaluating here are from that same class but aren’t quite as well-known as the commits. We will be watching them more closely when AAU begins to see if they have what it takes to play at the next level.

Izzy Goettelman, Winona

Goettelman was one of the top contributors to the struggling Winona Winhawks, who had a disappointing season winning just 3 games on the year. Goettelman has some promise, as her shot goes off quick out of her hands. She also can create her own shot with a couple of dribbles to the basket to place a quick floater over the defense’s head. She doesn’t have tons of length, but at 5’7 can bang with the bigs for rebounds. Izzy averaged around 10 points per game last season with a high game

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