Posted On: 03/17/19 2:01 PM

EMPORIA, Kan. — The Kansas 5A state championships saw a host of players make a name for themselves on the biggest stage in Emporia.

Here, Prep Hoops takes a look at several performers who raised their profile with their performance at the state tournament in Emporia.

Tyler Clairborne, 6’3, G, 2022, St. James Academy

Clairborne is a talented young guard with long term upside and potential. He has good size at 6’3 for a guard and a well-rounded skill set, able to handle the ball, attack off the bounce and create offense. He got some varsity run this season for the Thunder and with a large senior class set to graduate, Clairborne figures to be a key figure at St. James going forward.

Gavyn Elkamil, 6’5, G, 2020, Pittsburg

Elkamil has earned a reputation as one of the state’s better juniors and has a well-rounded skill set and all-around offensive game. He has good size and a strong frame, and the ability to create offense and score in a variety of ways. He is a solid ball handler who can play on or off the ball and is a standout perimeter

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