Posted On: 05/20/20 1:16 PM

Turnover in Topeka will open the door for a lot new storylines next season. Some dynamic pairs will have an opportunity to change the landscape of hoops in the Capital City.

Topeka Tandems to Watch (players are listed by their grade next school year):

Topeka West’s Elijah Brooks, junior, and Trevion Alexander, senior: The top tandem in the city is without a doubt at Topeka West. These guards have the physical gifts to dominate their opponents, and the skills to take over a game.

The 6-foot-2 versatile Brooks is strong and able to overpower nearly any guard around, and he’s too quick and athletic for most bigger players. Not only was he the top sophomore in the league last year, he was already a physical mismatch. He averaged 17.5 points and 6.5 rebounds en route to first team all-league honors. If he develops a more accurate outside touch, he’ll be unstoppable.

Alexander tends to get second billing to Brooks. But the senior-to-be does a pretty good Ben Simmons imitation. Alexander passes well, makes plays for teammates, and is just too big for other guards to keep from getting to the rim. He might have the most dynamic overall game in

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