Posted On: 12/19/19 10:05 PM
TOP 15: 1-5
Prep Hoops breaks down the top five players in Kansas' Class of 2021 in Prep Hoops’ latest update.
|1||Gadey Dick||6'6||G||Collegiate||KC Run GMC|
|2||Mark Mitchell||6'7||F||Bishop Miege||KC Run GMC|
|3||Aidan Shaw||6'7||G/F||Blue Valley||Mokan EYBL|
TOP 15: 1-5 Prep Hoops breaks down the top five players in Kansas' Class of 2021 in Prep Hoops’ latest update. No. Name HT POS School Summer Team Commitment 1 Gadey Dick 6'6 G Collegiate KC Run GMC 2 Mark Mitchell 6'7 F Bishop Miege KC Run GMC 3 Aidan Shaw 6'7 G/F Blue Valley Mokan EYBL 4 JuJu Ramirez 6'7 G Seabury KC Run GMC 5 Mozae Downing-Rivers 6'3 G Free State KC Run GMC 1 Grad3y Dick, 6’6, G, Wichita Collegiate @gradey_dick22 An elite shooting guard prospect with the ability and skills to exploit defenders and dominate on the offensive end in a variety of ways. Why the ranking? Gradey Dick has showcased a terrific all-around game and an ability to finish at the rim through heavy contact. He recently picked up offers from Baylor, Texas Tech, Purdue, Oklahoma State and Kansas State to name a few and has interest from a variety of major programs. 2 Mark Mitchell , 6’6, G/F, Bishop Miege One of the state’s top young prospects, Mitchell has terrific size, athleticism flexibility and shows a high ceiling as a two-way wing who can dominate inside and out. Why the ranking? He has great speed and ball handling skills and his ability to score in a variety of ways, pushing his way inside and rattling the rim. 3 Aidan Shaw, 6’7, G/F Blue Valley, MoKan Elite An elite player who has terrific size, improved handles and the ability to put the ball on the floor and get to the basket and score over opponents. Why the ranking? Shaw showcased his upside this summer as he looked to control the tempo and control the boards on defense and get fast break looks an easy buckets inside. 4 Jaoao Ramirez, 6’6, G/F, 2022, Bishop Seabury, KC Run GMC @jujuramirez14 A rising prospect with terrific size, a diverse skill set and smooth left handed shooting stroke who can put the ball on the floor and defend multiple positions. Why the ranking? Ramirez showcased a terrific all-around game this summer as a smart playmaker and terrific shooter with a soft touch. He also picked up his first offer from Denver University. 5 Mozae Downing-Rivers, 6’3 PG, Free State An excellent lead guard who can control the game with his dribble, find teammates inside and defend the top opposing perimeter player. Why the ranking? Downing is an improved offensive player who began looking to score as often as he looks to pass the ball and look for steals.