Henry Abraham is a lightning quick five-foot ten-inch point guard from Cambridge-Isanti high school and for 2019-20 he's been on an absolute tear. Through 20 games he's averaging 33.3 points per game, 11 more than 2018-19. He's scored at least 25 in every game but one, and has scored 30 or more 14 times. 

Abraham scores in a combination of ways but most specifically by hitting 3's. As of February 11, 2020 he became #2 all-time in career made 3's at 493. Bjorn Broman holds the Minnesota state record at 617 made 3's.

In 2018-19 season much wasn't different from previous years for Henry Abraham, statistically speaking. Abraham scored 20.9 points per and Cambridge-Isanti went 17-9. 18-19 Abraham scored 22.8 a game and Cambridge-Isanti finished 14-12 with a trip to State after winning their section. 

Much has changed, and an increase in scoring like Abraham has done during the 2019-20 season can occasionally impact a team in a variety of ways. Generally, the wins and losses. But for 2019-20, Cambridge-Isanti is 18-2. One loss came at the Breakdown Tip-off Classic in a game of two halves. Cambridge-Isanti led 55-28 at half on St. Cloud Apollo, but Apollo had an incredible 44-3 scoring run. The Bluejackets then recently lose to undefeated 4A power Eden Prairie. 

The Bluejackets run constantly, pushing tempo on offense and high pressure on defense to make up for lack of size. This system really benefits Abraham as he's not just a one trick pony. For 2019-20 he's averaging 6.8 assists, 4.5 rebounds, and 3.6 steals. Almost all improvements on 2018-19 when he averaged 5.2 assists and 2.4 steals. 

As the 2019-20 winds down, and Abraham looks to impress more schools, and lead Cambridge-Isanti back to State, we watch. What we know, Abraham isn't going to stop shooting, so will these teams figure out ways to limit him. Abraham has offers from Bemidji State and Flagler College.