Minnesota Class AAA Tournament Schedule

The Class AAA Tournament features two of Minnesota's top individual players. Bryce Webster, a 6-foot-9 center from Mendota Heights (MN) St. Thomas Academy who was named Star Tribune Metro Player of the Year, averaged 21.6 points, 11.5 rebounds and 3.5 blocks per game this season, leading the Cadets to the Classic Suburban Conference title. He inked with Minnesota in the early signing period and finished with 14 points, nine boards and six assists to lead the Cadets to a 57-51 win over Rocori.
March 22, 2006

A Cyclone Future?

The firing of Wayne Morgan doesn't only affect the current student athletes at Iowa State but it has a sound effect on commits and future recruits as well. After an interview with CycloneNation.com, see what Iowa State commit Cory Johnson had to say about the departure of Morgan in this CycloneNation.com feature.
March 18, 2006

Minnesota Timberwolves Shootout Recaps

The Minnesota Timberwolves Shootout featured an expanded field. The Minnesota squads finished 4-2 after going 4-1 last season. Fourteen future NBA players and over 130 major Division I players have participated in the Shootout. The following is a recap of the six games.
January 15, 2006

Cory Johnson Signs on the Dotted Line

Cory Johnson is a 6'6, 210 pound player that will be joining the Cyclones next season. Johnson is looking forward to joining a Cyclone team that he believes has a great future, and that he's happy to be a part of.
November 17, 2005

Minnesota Timberwolves Shootout Looks Loaded

The Minnesota Timberwolves are scheduling a six-game Saturday afternoon session that will feature six of the state's top boys basketball programs matching up with prep forces from in the Midwest at the Target Center. Last year's event featured Class AA champion Braham along with state tournament team Tartan and Class AAA runner-up Richfield. Eight future NBA players and over 90 major Division I players have participated in the Shootout.
July 19, 2005

Johnson Headed To Big 12

Cory Johnson is off the board. The 2006 forward is headed to the Big 12 after making his decision on Wednesday.
June 29, 2005