Posted On: 08/28/20 8:57 AM

The Finale in KC brought an end to summer action for most club teams in Kansas. 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 Northeast Kansas players who finished the summer strong (in alphabetical order and with club and high school listed):

Josh Broxterman Kansas Hoggs 17U, Jefferson West:

Broxterman is a versatile and powerful rising senior who should bring a lot to the Jeff West lineup. At 6-foot-2, he can play wing or in the post. He can jump and has nice touch around the goal and out to midrange. He is a hard worker and rugged defender who can affect the game in a lot of ways without commandeering the ball.

Isaiah Johnson, Kansas Hoggs 17U, Shawnee Heights:

The slick 5-foot-10 ball handler produces a lot of points in the open court and on run outs. He can outrun a defense and go end-to-end, or he can take in long passes like a wide receiver. He has the skills to play point guard, and is developing the skills to take

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