Posted On: 10/10/20 9:17 AM

Ok, I’ve written enough about Jack ChapmanJackChapman6'5" | CGBlue Valley Northwest | 2021StateKS in the Top 250 Expo ‘superlative’ articles. So as a 6-foot-7 run-and-jump wing, Chapman could be at the head of every list, we’ll tip the cap to Chapman and focus on some other seniors who showed off their athleticism in Kansas City.

Guards:

Kobe McGowan, Olathe East:

The 5-foot-11 guard uses his speed/quickness combination to push the ball up the floor. He has good feel for getting off a runner in the lane. He has quick hands and feet to be a tough defender. And his crossover is effective because of his quick first step to get around a defender.

Rone SmithRoneSmith5'11" | CGWichita Southeast | 2021StateKS, Wichita Southeast:

Smith is an aggressive guard who brings a nice combination of quickness and size. At 6-foot, he can be tough on smaller guards. He has the quickness and length to be a presence on the glass and on defense.

Ty’ren Miller, Wichita Heights:

Miller is on the small side, but his quickness and fearlessness made him really tough to slow down on the drive at the Expo. He has the athleticism to get off tough shots on the move, making up for his 5-foot-10 frame.

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