If you don't know the name already, get to know it: Chet Holmgren.
The 7-foot basketball star from Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis is going viral after putting a nasty behind-the-back crossover on NBA star Steph Curry, then blowing by him for a two-handed dunk.
Adding insult to the two-time MVP, Curry, is that Holmgren did it to him at his own camp, the SC30 Select Camp. Sure, Curry probably wasn't going hard on defense, but it's still a highlight reel moment for a teenage phenom.
You can see the video of the play in the tweet below.
Steph Curry's camp includes 30 of the best high school basketball players in the country, and Minnesota's status as a basketball hotbed is only gaining strength as three of the 30 are from the Land of 10,000 Lakes.
- Chet Holmgren, Minnehaha Academy (Class of 2021)
- Jalen Suggs, Minnehaha Academy (Class of 2020)
- Paige Bueckers, Hopkins (Class of 2020)
Yes, Minnehaha Academy has two of the best high school hoops players in the country. We'll go out on a limb and say there's a solid chance they defend their status as state champs in 2020.
As for Holmgren, he's ranked by 247 Sports as the fourth-best recruit in the country in the Class of 2021.
In addition to being a 7-footer with excellent ball-handling skills, Holmgren can also shoot the 3. Perhaps the best definition of what he does in basketball is his two-word bio on Instagram: "Big Guard."