Posted On: 11/9/17 3:32 PM


Yor Anei, 6’10, PF/C, 2018, Lee’s Summit West

The Oklahoma State commit is a physical specimen, blessed with terrific size and length with a big frame and the ability to run the floor and finish plays above the rim, or defend the rim at the defensive end as a shot blocker.

Ochai Agbaji, 6’4, SG, Oak Park

One of the best uncommitted prospects still on the board, Agbaji is a talented two-guard who can throw down impressive slams, shoot from the outside and gets to the basket off the dribble. After a strong summer playing for MoKan Elite, Agbaji appears poised for a big senior season.

Ronnie Bell, 6’2, SG, 2018, Park Hill

Bell caught several bodies throughout the summer while playing for Team Rush. He is tough attacking the basket and uses his leaping ability to throw down impressive slams. Also a standout football player, Bell has committed to play basketball at Missouri State.

Christian Bishop, 6’7, SF, 2018, Lee’s Summit West

Bishop is a jumping jack around the rim and mostly plays along the baseline at the offensive end where he catches lobs and throws dunks impressive slams in traffic. The Creighton commit is a talented all-around performer who can play on the perimeter, shows a smooth shooting stroke and can defend multiple positions.

Michael Engelbert, 6’2, SG, 2018, Park Hill (pictured)

After a strong summer with KC Premiere, Engelbert is looking forward to a big senior season. An athletic, 6’5 wing player who can play above the rim, Engelbert has drawn interest from several college programs over the past few months. For a 6’2 wing, Engelbert impresses in the layup line with dunk contest worthy slams.

Roman Wilson, 6’10, PF/C, 2019, Park Hill

Wilson is a talented big man armed with a long, rangy frame who runs the floor well and can play above the rim at both ends of the floor. He is a terrific shot blocker and is capable of finishing plays in traffic.

Sevon Witt, 6’6, PF, 2018, Raytown South

A big powerful, forward, Witt is an athletic big man with an improving skill set. He can shoot from the outside a little, but is at his best in the paint where he is a tough match-up. Witt threw down several impressive dunks throughout the summer, finishing plays with authority.