Posted On: 06/4/19 4:00 PM
The spring portion of the grassroots season came to an end last weekend and now players from Missouri are with their high school teams during the month of June. We will be updating our Prep Hoops Missouri Class of 2020 rankings later this summer, but several players did an excellent job during the spring and will definitely see their names move up in the updated rankings.
Here is a look at some of the top Class of 2020 spring stock risers.
Ryan Kalkbrenner 7'0" Mac Irvin Fire (Trinity): The tall and talented pivot has a very good first experience in the Nike Elite Youth Basketball League as he led the circuit in shot blocking while posting solid numbers across the board and helping the Fire to a berth in the Peach Jam. He will most likely move into the Top 5 rankings in the state with his stellar play. He also earned a number of new Division I scholarship offers from mid-major and high major programs.
Terrell Kabala 6'1" Victory Ministry Blue (Webb City): The thick-bodied point guard will make a significant jump after an excellent spring, where he displayed all-around offensive ability and explosive athleticism. He is also a