Posted On: 09/23/20 11:27 AM

While there are a lot of really good players returning to northeast Kansas in 2020, there aren’t a lot of standout wings coming back, now that Joao RamirezJoaoRamirez6'7" | SFBishop Seabury | 2022StateKS of Seabury has decided to finish high school out of state. Tanner HechtTannerHecht6'5" | CGWamego | 2021StateKS probably leads the pack.

So it’s time for some young wings to fill the void. Lots of good ones got experience on the club circuit this summer and are ready to rise into the upper echelon of wings in the area this fall.

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

Kamryn Kaniper, SSA Hoops Elite Black 15U, Silver Lake, 2023:

Kaniper is a really interesting athlete. At 6-foot-4, he’s not gangly. He’s well built and extremely athletic. He can run and jump with the best players his size. He is versatile, helping bring the ball up the court, playing on the perimeter and in the lane, rebounding and guarding opponents of a variety of sizes and skills. He isn’t a guy who has to have the ball in his

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