MINNEAPOLIS — Chet Holmgren grew six inches in eighth grade, a painful spurt that helped define the Minnehaha Academy 7-footer, now considered the top boys’ basketball recruit in the nation.“Chet’s greatest attribute is how athletic he is,” Minnehaha Academy coach Lance Johnson said of his returning senior, who recently moved up to the No. 1 boys’ basketball recruit in the nation according to ESPN. “That sudden growth spurt didn’t affect him athletically. What it showed was his mental toughness.”Agile and versatile on both ends of the court, Holmgren isn’t imposing at first blush. But he’s sti…
Body Patterns Fitness and Wellness – Kernersville
/ 4 days ago
Subscribe to the newest podcast from Ryan Stone and Bleav Podcast Network
/ 1 week ago
MINNEAPOLIS — Chet Holmgren grew six inches in eighth grade, a painful spurt that...
/ 3 weeks ago
CONCORD, N.C. — Duke basketball player Wendell Moore Jr. said he had one primary...
/ 3 days ago
Happy 4th of July weekend from Bleav in Panthers!
/ 5 days ago
The NFL will be reducing its preseason by two games according to ProFootballTalk, cutting...