Posted On: 05/11/20 9:33 PM

Prep Hoops included the 2020 class when it updated its rankings following the season. The ranking of 210 Kansas seniors got one more shuffle, so it’s worth it to take one more look at the recent grads from Northeast Kansas.

Here’s a look at the 2020s in the rankings:

30 Kobe JohnsonKobeJohnson6'5" | PFOttawa | 2020StateKS, forward, Ottawa:

The 6-foot-5 Johnson was second-team all state in 4A. He is big and rugged enough to play in the lane, but can also handle the ball, pass and shoot. He averaged 16 points a game for the 16-7 Cyclones. Perhaps his best outing was his 9-11 shooting for 23 points against Washburn Rural.

37 Qua’Vez HumphreysQua’VezHumphreys6'3" | CGJunction City | 2020StateKS, forward, Junction City:

One of the most explosive athletes in northeast Kansas, Humphreys will be on the football field at Butler County come fall. With a small lineup around him, the 6-foot-3 dynamo had to man the post and defend big men in the lane. He had the ability to slither through the lane, run the floor, and leap with the best of them. He finished his career on with six straight games of 12 or more points, including 19 against ultra-athletic Topeka High.

45 Kobe JohnsonKobeJohnson6'5" | PFOttawa | 2020StateKS, forward, Ottawa: The 6-foot-5 Johnson was second-team all state in 4A. He is big and rugged enough to play in the lane, but can also handle the ball, pass and shoot. He averaged 16 points a game for the 16-7 Cyclones. Perhaps his best outing was his 9-11 shooting for 23 points against Washburn Rural. 37 Qua’Vez HumphreysQua’VezHumphreys6'3" | CGJunction City | 2020StateKS, forward, Junction City: One of the most explosive athletes in northeast Kansas, Humphreys will be on the football field at Butler County come fall. With a small lineup around him, the 6-foot-3 dynamo had to man the post and defend big men in the lane. He had the ability to slither through the lane, run the floor, and leap with the best of them. He finished his career on with six straight games of 12 or more points, including 19 against ultra-athletic Topeka High. 45 Blake FarmerBlakeFarmer6'7" | PFPerry-Lecompton | 2020StateKS, center, Perry-Lecompton: One of the best true big men in the area, the 6-foot-7 Farmer earned honorable mention in 3A. He averaged 12.8 as the Kaws’ second option to junior Parker StoneParkerStone6'1" | CGPerry-Lecompton | 2021StateKS. His last four games have been 18 versus Nemaha Central, 21 against Sabetha, 14 against Riverside, and 23 versus Osage City. 56 Chandler MarksChandlerMarks6'5" | PFManhattan | 2020StateKS, center, Manhattan: Another true post man, Marks is one of five Manhattan Indians in the 2020 rankings. No wonder they qualified for state. Marks stood out from the Indians’ roster as the one unique piece. He’s 6-foot-5 and a stereotypical banger who wass also a force on the football field. In the playoff run, he went for 11 versus Wichita East, 11 against Wichita West, and 9 against Campus. 67 Tyce HooverTyceHoover6'5" | PFManhattan | 2020StateKS, forward, Manhattan: A 6-foot-3 role player for the Indians, Hoover was tough and versatile. His defense and ability to play multiple roles was crucial to Manhattan’s run in the playoffs. Hoover will join Humphreys on the Butler County football squad. 73 Mitch MunsenMitchMunsen6'2" | CGManhattan | 2020StateKS, guard, Manhattan: Munsen was a floor general for the Indians for years. The 6-foot-2 rugged guard did it all without hogging the spotlight. Munson provided heart and hustle on some great teams. The reason he was in the lineup was because of his passion and reliability. 75 Raeshon RiddickRaeshonRiddick6'4" | SFManhattan | 2020StateKS, forward, Manhattan: Riddick was an efficient scorer, finishing the season with a 64.8% field goal percentage. He finished strong, tossing in 15 against Wichita East and 9 versus Wichita West to win sub-state. He finished his career with 14 in the loss to Campus. 94 Quinn NeuenswanderQuinnNeuenswander6'5" | PFJefferson West | 2020StateKS, center, Jefferson West: Another big man in the rankings, the 6-foot-5 was an all-Big Seven first teamer, as was senior teammate Bryce Clements. Neuenswander was Jeff West’s second-leading scorer with 11.3 per game. 97 Cade GollierCadeGollier6'3" | CGOttawa | 2020StateKS, guard, Ottawa: With a brawny 6-foot-3 frame, Gollier was able to overwhelm most guards. He was an effective complement to Johnson, providing tough, physical defense and 10.3 points per outing. 98 Peyton WeixelmanPeytonWeixelman6'0" | CGManhattan | 2020StateKS, guard, Manhattan: Weixelman was one of a number of seniors playing key roles on the state-bound Indians. He was an effective ball-handler and distributor and a dangerous perimeter shooter. In the playoffs he scored 14 against Wichita East, 9 against Wichita West, and 9 in the loss at state to Campus. Others: 100 Cobe GreenCobeGreen6'0" | CGSeabury | 2020StateKS, guard, Seabury 113 Jayson BrownJaysonBrown6'0" | CGOttawa | 2020StateKS, guard, Ottawa 114 Cameron HeimanCameronHeiman5'8" | CGNorthern Heights | 2020StateKS, guard Northern Heights 122 Davon MoretDavonMoret6'2" | CGJunction City | 2020StateKS, guard, Junction City 138 Caden HurlaCadenHurla5'7" | CGSt. Marys | 2020StateKS, guard, St. Marys 142 Taybor VetterTayborVetter5'9" | CGWamego | 2020StateKS, guard, Wamego 147 Darren BattisteDarrenBattiste6'0" | CGJunction City | 2020StateKS, guard, Junction City 151 Beau BaumgardnerBeauBaumgardner5'11" | CGEmporia | 2020StateKS, guard, Emporia

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