Top 250 Expo: Early Entry Wings to Watch

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Posted On: 09/2/18 9:19 AM

We are a week away from the annual Top 250 Expo at Blue Valley West High School in Kansas City, Missouri on September 9. Here’s a look at some of the top wings to watch that are already registered.

Gavyn Elkamil (2020)- Pittsburg

Gavyn is quickly becoming a very sought after commodity in the state of Kansas who can play 1-3 on the court and already boasts Division I offers from Southern Miss and Southeast Missouri State.

With his size and athleticism paired alongside his ability to shoot the ball. Gavyn will be a difficult matchup for anyone at the Top 250 expo.

Jacob Coleman (2019)- Basehor-Linwood

Jacob is looking to generate even more interest and offers in Kansas after a strong showing with MoKan Select 17u which lead to his first offer from Pittsburg State University.

The 6’5” wing can do a little bit of everything, even showing he can be effective backing down smaller defenders in the post. Look for more Division II schools to extend offers this coming year.

Shawn Warrior (2020)- Campus

Shawn is still one of my favorite players to watch in the Wichita area as he is a high level slasher and can finish above the rim. 

Shawn will look to push the ball at the Top 250 Expo as he is excellent in transition. His game is effective in the half court as well using a quick first step and jumper to keep defenders honest. 

Could be a big weekend for him as he is said to have low Division I recruitment right now. 

Tanner Mans (2020)- Bishop Carroll 

Tanner is an elite level shooter who will undoubtedly have that on display for all to see September 9th. At 6’5” he can shooter over virtually any guard that tries to matchup against him and with his quick release, he doesn’t need but daylight. 

He continues to develop more to add to his repertoire outside of shooting and it will be interesting to see who matches up against him and how he decides to attack. 

Levi Braun (2019)- Hayden

You can call Levi a combo guard or an undersized wing but something not up for debate is his talent level. 

He can shoot the ball and is good off the bounce and at 6’3” has good size to be able to play at the next level.

I am most interested in seeing him defensively as he takes a lot of pride on that side of the ball and could potentially shut down some other big names in the state of Kansas. 

Levi still holds an offer from Washburn and has been getting interest from schools of a comparable level.