Posted On: 08/7/20 9:10 AM

Prep Hoops highlighted several of the top 17U guards at the Midwest Grind Session, including Owen BraxmeyerOwenBraxmeyer6'1" | CGManhattan | 2021StateKS, Blake DanitschekBlakeDanitschek6'7" | SGKapaun Mt Carmel | 2021StateKS, Jacob HannaJacobHanna6'4" | CGMaize | 2021StateKS, Alex LittlejohnAlexLittlejohn6'5" | CGBishop Carroll | 2021StateKS, Phillippe Manga, Drew NicholsonDrewNicholson6'6" | PFHoisington | 2021StateKS, and Jordan VincentJordanVincent6'3" | CGEisenhower | 2020StateKS.

But there were so many great wings at the tournament at Bel Aire that the Kansas wings deserve a second look.

Here are a handful of top Kansas wings to compete in the 17U Division of the Midwest Grind Session (in alphabetical order and with club and high school listed):

Jaxon Brakeen Perry Ellis 34, Newton:

The athletic 6-foot-2 Brakeen showed the ability to guard bigger men, as well as the quickest players on the floor. He is a slender slasher and a hard worker. He can drive and score or dish and helps bring the ball up the floor against pressure. He can also shoot on the move.

Eli IsaacsEliIsaacs6'1" | CGValley Center | 2021StateKS, TBB Hays, Valley Center:

Isaacs earned honorable mention 5A as a junior. He is a 6-foot-2 athletic and versatile player who can play point, on the wing and even in the post. He has a good 3-point stroke, but does so much more. His

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