OSA Prep Fall League

Posted On: 09/30/20 8:02 PM

Omaha- This past Saturday was week one of the OSA Prep Fall League at the UBT Sports Complex in Elkhorn. Teams from Class A and B from Lincoln and Omaha were in attendance. In four hours of games, I observed some of the many talented rosters that will be taking to the court this winter. Here are 5 takeaways from the moring’s action. 

Creighton Prep will be one of the toughest teams to defend in Class A

The Junior Jays return many members of last year’s state tournament qualifying squad. Guards Justin SittiJustinSitti6'0" | PGOmaha Creighton Prep | 2021StateNE and Mai’jhe WileyMai’jheWiley6'3" | SGOmaha Creighton Prep | 2021StateNE are incredibly tough on the defensive end and both being capable slashing scorers. Brendan BuckleyBrendanBuckley6'3" | SGOmaha Creighton Prep | 2021StateNE is one of the better shooters in the state of Nebraska. 2022 big man Luke JungersLukeJungers6'9" | PFOmaha Creighton Prep | 2022StateNE and 2021 Nebraska football commit AJ RollinsAJRollins6'5" | PFOmaha Creighton Prep | 2021StateNE will give Prep an inside-outside game that will make them one of the top competitors in Class A. 

Emerging Youngsters Give Bellevue West Even More Firepower

The defending state champion Thunderbirds return Wisconsin commit Chucky HepburnChuckyHepburn6'1" | PGBellevue West | 2021State#64NationNE and a fellow 2021 D1 prospect in 6’6 forward Frankie FidlerFrankieFidler6'6" | PFBellevue West | 2021StateNE, but that’s not all. They

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