Posted On: 07/16/18 5:18 PM
GASO WICHITA: Kansas All-Tournament (2020)
Prep Hoops takes a look at several standouts from Wichita this weekend.
The Great American Shootout Midwest wrapped up play on Sunday at Wichita Hoops Facility in Bel Aire, Kan. with several standout performances taking place in the final stages of bracket play.
Here, Prep Hoops Kansas takes a look at several Kansas 2020 players who stood out throughout the weekend.
13 — Thomas King, 6’4, G/F, 2020, King’s Christian (Kan.), NLHA 16U Gaddis (pictured)
Formerly a homeschool athlete, King will attend Campus in Haysville, Kan. and was easily the biggest stock riser we saw throughout the weekend in Wichita and is emerging as one of the state’s top players in the 2020 class. He has a well-rounded skill set, and combines it with a lot of bounce and a long, rangy 6’4 frame. King handles it well, gets to the basket off the bounce and can shoot it from distance. He has a terrific feel for the game and makes things happen for his team.
Brown is a high basketball IQ point guard who brings a good combination of size, poise and skill to the floor. He is crafty off the dribble, controls the tempo of a game and moves well off the ball, finding open seams in a defense on cuts for easy baskets. He plays much bigger than his listed 6’1 height and is playing up and age group with the 17U squad.
5 — Tanner Mans, 6’5, F, 2020, Bishop Carroll, Pray N Play
Mans continues to shine this offseason as he is among the premier shooters in the states’s 2020 class. He helped lead Pray N Play into the NCAA championship semifinals as he put together several strong performances throughout the weekend. Mans is at his best off the ball, moves, cuts and screens at an elite level, but has also grown more comfortable handling the ball and getting to the basket off the bounce.
A strong, powerfully built players, Richardson is one of the more unique players you’ll see. He is strong, able to rebound, defend all over the court and is capable of scoring in the paint, but also has the ability to handle the ball, get to the basket and has improved his outside shooting.
4 — Shawn Warrior, 6’5, F, 2020, Wichita Southeast, Pray N Play
Warrior has put together a big offseason taking his game to new heights after a strong sophomore season at Southeast. He is a unique inside-out player who does a lot of work in the paint for a somewhat undersized forward, but has also expanded his game to the perimeter where he can shoot the ball from the 3-point line and create off the dribble as well.