Posted On: 05/7/19 7:03 PM

 

WICHITA, KANSAS-- The Midwest Grind Session by Prep Hoops has now ended. Teams from several states were in town to compete while hoping to bring home a championship. These are some of the rising sophomores who stood out over the weekend.

 

Blake Danitschek 2021 Guard Kansas Pray N Play 17U/Kapaun HS

Danitschek had a productive weekend for his Pray N Play team, being one of the few sophomores playing up an age level. Danitschek showcased his ability to score at all 3 levels and possessing an incredible basketball IQ. He impacted the game in several ways, including on the glass and the defensive side of the ball. Danitschek will be a name to watch the rest of the Circuit.

 

Alex Littlejohn 2021 Guard Kansas Pray N Play 17U/Bishop Carroll HS

Another Kansas Pray N Play kid. Littlejohn, like his teammate Danitschek also had a very productive weekend. Littlejohn shot the three well all weekend and showed that he’s continuing to develop a nice inside game too. A 6’4” guard with a good handle and passing. He's not afraid to rebound and play some defense. Littlejohn

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