Posted On: 05/13/20 8:08 PM

Although the spring evaluation period has been put on hold, several players are turning the heads of college coaches and drawing attention and new offers. Here, Prep Hoops takes a look at several players who have raised their profile in recent weeks.

Sterling ChapmanSterlingChapman6'4" | CGCampus | 2021StateKS, 6’5, G/F, 2021 Campus
Coming off a season that saw him named the Class 6A Player of the Year, Chapman is easily the state’s biggest riser and is poised to jump up even further in the next PH Class of 2021 rankings.  He has drawn offers from several Division I programs, including Wichita State, SMU, Coastal Carolina, Grand Canyon and Tulsa in recent weeks. A big, strong guard, Chapman showcased his all-around athleticism and playmaking ability as he looked to take control of games and score in bunches for a Campus team that dominated the 2019-20 season. He has great handles and can create but also has the frame which allows him to slip into a wing position and can handle some pressure down low and off the ball.

Aidan ShawAidanShaw6'7" | SFBlue Valley | 2022StateKS, 6’7, F, 2022, Blue Valley

A third team All-State honoree his sophomore year, Shaw is one

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