We continue to sort through various prospects in the 2022 class that are emerging at the 11th hour and given the nature of things opening and closing in the Midwest in 2020 it’s safe to say there will be a large number of them in that region.  The state of Wisconsin is no exception to that and 6-9 F Noah Feddersen of Menomonie (WI) is one reason why.

Equipped with a plus length 6-9 200 pound frame, Fedderson has grown 6-8 inches during his high school years and the talented forward is just starting to take steps forward and the results are already impressive.  Following the same trajectory and path as the likes of former in-state standouts Grant Basile, Grant Asman, etc. Feddersen is a highly skilled forward who can slide inside and outside with a really nice ceiling.  He can score from all three levels, he’s shown an ability to put the ball on the floor with success, and he has the ability to create with solid instincts and vision.  A solid athlete, Fedderson has made a nice jump over the past 6 months as a prospect and the talented forward is a legitimate Division 1 prospect that should see his recruiting start to boost once things get back to normal, relatively speaking.

He’s off to a solid start for Menomonie this season averaging 14 points a game and 6 rebounds a contest at the midway point.  He’s got size, versatility, length, and an ability to be disruptive defensively while also filling the box score offensively making him a highly intriguing prospect that Division 1 and high level Division 2 programs should pay close attention to the next 8-12 months.

Feddersen plays with the Wisconsin Playmakers during the grassroots travel season.