Posted On: 09/28/20 10:36 AM

There are some really good wing players outside the metropolitan areas who have shown they belong in the upper echelon, including Drew NicholsonDrewNicholson6'6" | PFHoisington | 2021StateKS, Owen BraxmeyerOwenBraxmeyer6'1" | CGManhattan | 2021StateKS, Cason RichardsonCasonRichardson6'1" | CGHesston | 2022StateKS and Aaron Skidmore.

But some up-and-coming wings got a lot of experience on the club circuit this summer and are ready to make their mark this fall.

Here is a look at some of the wings from across Kansas who were the top risers this summer (in alphabetical order and with club and high school and grad year listed):

Kaleb BeckerKalebBecker6'4" | SFAbiline | 2022StateKS, Mid Kansas 16U, Abilene, 2022:

Becker is not an unknown. He was honorable mention 4A as a sophomore. He is a 6-foot-4 athletic beast who is just tough to match up. His best skill may be his ability to run the floor, but that’s not to diminish any of his other talents. He can handle the ball and moves with grace and agility, but he has a lot of power to his game. He can score in the post or on the move, and he’s dangerous from deep. He should stand out as one of the best half-dozen or so players in 4A this

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