Posted On: 05/25/20 12:00 PM

Turnover always opens the door for a lot of new storylines. But some of the best small-school ballers in the state are already established members of these terrific trios. They’re ready to take it to another level next year, and their teams will be some of the best in the state.

Northeast Kansas Trios to Watch (players are listed by their grade next school year)

Royal Valley’s Nahcs WahwassuckNahcsWahwassuck6'5" | CGRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS, junior, Brady Klotz, junior, and Brevin Canady, senior: It will be really fun to see what Royal Valley – 19-1 last year – can do with this crew one year older and even more established. You could add junior-to-be Mason ThomasMasonThomas6'3" | SFRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS to this group and call them a fearsome foursome.

Wahwassuck is already established as one of the best players in the state. He has two more years to leave his mark, as well as to market himself to college programs. He was a first-team all-leaguer as a freshman, and was first team all 3A as a sophomore. The 6-foot-4 floor general can do it all. He led the Panthers to a 19-1 regular season mark by scoring 16.6 points per game. But his game is well-rounded,

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