Posted On: 08/27/20 1:30 PM

Summer is a wrap. Students are heading back to campus for the fall and looking forward to workouts with the school teams.

Prep Hoops highlighted a lot of the top performers at the end of the summer.

But to make sure some of the top Kansas performers don’t go unnoticed, here is a look at some of the Kansas City-area players who finished the summer strong (in alphabetical order and with club and high school listed):

Jacob Heinz, United Basketball 17U, Shawnee Mission North:

Heinz is playing up a year. The junior-to-be is a very athletic 6-foot guard who can penetrate and create. He can maneuver with the drive in traffic, using spin dribbles and crossovers to navigate. He can rebound well for his size, and will take the ball end to end. Most of all, he’s a constant hustler, cleaning up garbage and getting to the right spot on the floor.

Dante Jackson, United Basketball 17U, Shawnee Mission West:

Another young man playing up a year, Jackson can really elevate in the lane. His athleticism make him a tough defender. He can rebound, pick pockets and intercept passes. His athletic play also forces defenders to foul him, sending him

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