Posted On: 12/26/19 10:37 PM
Prep Hoops breaks down players ranked Nos. 11-15 in Kansas' Class of 2021 in Prep Hoops’ latest update.
|11||Xavier Hall||5'10||G||Bishop Miege||Marcus Denmon Elite|
|13||Quincy Gholer||6'1||G||Wichita East|
TOP 11-15 Prep Hoops breaks down players ranked Nos. 11-15 in Kansas' Class of 2021 in Prep Hoops’ latest update. No. Name HT POS School Summer Team Commitment 11 Xavier Hall 5'10 G Bishop Miege Marcus Denmon Elite 12 Trey Moala 6'5 F Paola Yobo 13 Quincy Gholer 6'1 G Wichita East 14 Jameer Clemons 5'10 PG Derby NLHA 15 Christian Bowen-Smith 6'2 G Atchison Top 15: 11-15 11 Xavier Hall, 5'10, G, Bishop Miege, Marcus Denmon Elite 15U An impressive guard who can handle the ball and get to the basket and beat his opponents with his dribble. Also a smart on-ball defender as well. Why the ranking? Hall’s creativity with the ball stands out and shows great speed and athleticism and scoring ability. 12 Trey Moala, 6’4, F, Paola A promising forward who looks to compete on both sides of the floor. He is extremely aggressive and has an ability to score well around the rim and the high post. Why the ranking? Moala showed great movement and flexibility for Team Yobo as a player who can move inside and also handle himself defensively on the perimeter. 13 Quincy Gholer, 6’1, G, 2022, Wichita East A talented lead guard, Gholer can handle the ball on a string, create offense off the dribble and get to the basket. Gholer has a smooth outside shooting stroke with good range beyond the 3-point arc. Why the ranking? Gholer has a long, lean frame with plenty of room to grow and has good all-around skill set with the ability to light things up from distance. 14-Jameer Clemons, 5’10, G, 2022, Derby, NLHA 15 Perez A strong and physical guard who has speed, understanding, solid court vision and an ability to score on offense both around the basket and from range. Why the ranking? Clemons shows a lot of hustle on both sides of the floor and can create looks and get to the basket well for his frame. 15 Christian Bowen-Webb 6’2 G Atchison A high scoring option who has a good frame, overall strength and the ability to create for himself. Why the ranking? Bowen-Webb averaged more than 20 points per game last season as a freshman and added toughness, physicality and a willingness to put his foot on the gas pedal.