WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Camden Heide, a 2022 small forward from Wayzata High School in Minneapolis, Minnesota, will visit with the Purdue basketball program this weekend. Heide will be a senior next year and is a four-star prospect, according to 247Sports.
Heide is the 247Sports' top-ranked player in the state of Minnesota from the 2022 class and the 13th at his position in the country.
The 6-foot-5, 180-pound big man has 11 total offers, including those from Purdue, Minnesota, Iowa, Arizona and Creighton. According to 247Sports' Crystal Ball projections, Heide is most likely to commit to the Boilermakers.
Here's an evaluation from 247Sports' director of basketball scouting Jerry Meyer on Heide:
"A quality shooter off catch or dribble. Can make one shots off either foot in the mid-range when attacking. Also has post up game. Has strength but limited lateral quickness.
More of a straight ahead athlete who jumps best off one foot when attacking the rim. Uses his body well on offense. Can finish with either hand. Has room to improve motor as a defender and rebounder."
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