Posted On: 08/1/20 9:28 AM

There were so many great guards at the Midwest Grind Session in Bel Aire, and Kansas players stood out.

Here’s a look at some of the top Kansas guards in the 17U Division of the Midwest Grind Session (in alphabetical order and with club and high school listed):

Max AlexanderMaxAlexander6'0" | PGBuhler | 2021StateKS, Kansas Pray N Play, Buhler:

One of the top ball handlers you’ll find, the 6-foot rising senior was third team 4A all state last year. Alexander is a coach on the court, which should come as no surprise since his father is a coach and he is related to a slew of college athletes. One thing that sets Alexander apart is the explosive pull-up jumper from the arc that he surprises defenders with. He protects the ball, finds open teammates, and makes good decisions. But it’s his ability to elevate and score with the jumper that sets him apart.

Tre Alexander, Kansas Hoggs, Topeka West:

Alexander is a physical anomaly on the high school scene, and even in the elite summer circuit, his body still stands out. He’s every bit of 6-foot-4 and he’s got the shoulders of a college linebacker. With his jumping ability and quickness, he’s

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