While there are many juniors all over Wisconsin having tremendous season, here are five that are having standout seasons. 

Pierce Arenz – 2024 – PG – Kiel High School

After a strong grassroots season with the Wisconsin blizzard in helping them capture the NY2LA Association 16U title, Arenz has continued that into his junior season. He is currently leading his team in both points and assists 19.6 points in addition to 4.6 assists per game to lead his team to a near perfect record of 13-1 right now. He is one of the purest point guards in the state with great feel and playmaking ability. 

Ahmad Badwan – 2024 – SF – Salam High School

The completely under the radar 6’3” junior is having a breakout season. Right now, Badwan is the leading scorer in the entire state of Wisconsin averaging a remarkable 37.8 points per game. He is a tough wing with a solid build that is a very versatile scorer. Not only does he play through contact well aggressively attacking the basket but is a high percentage shooter spotting up from the outside. 

Jaquan Johnson – 2024 – PG – Pius XI Catholic High School

Johnson is one of the most productive point guards in the entire state as not only is he averaging 27.5 points but also 7.2 assists per game. He is an electric point guard with his quickness in addition to shot making ability and playmaking while getting into the paint. Easy to see why the junior has multiple division one scholarship offers for himself. 

Michael McNabb – 2024 – SG – Grafton High School

After a tremendous first team all-conference season and then standout grassroots season with Chapman Basketball, McNabb is continuing that now into his junior season. The 6’4” two guard is putting up big numbers with 26.2 points per game. He is a high IQ guard with a high all-around skill set offensively. He has earned himself offers from both the division one and two levels over the past few months. 

MJ Stackhouse – 2024 – F – Kenosha Indian Trail

Last season Stackhouse averaged 10.4 points per game, now into his junior season he is all the way up to 22 points a game. The 6’8” forward is a very fast rising prospect who has continued to greatly improve his physical tools and round out his basketball skills. One of the more talented 2024 forwards in the state who should be a popular name to college coaches.