Posted On: 10/8/20 9:17 AM

The high octane Kansas Top 250 Expo was the perfect setting for guys how can put the ball on the floor and push it up the floor.

Blue Valley Northwest’s Alston MasonAlstonMason5'11" | CGBlue Valley Northwest | 2021StateKS once again reigned supreme. He calmly splits through the defense and never seems out of control. But a lot of other seniors showed that they can handle the ball with elite skill.

Here were the top senior ball handlers at the showcase:

Guards:

Brevin Canady, Royal Valley:

Canady’s long arms and spiffy crossover make him a fine ball handler in the open court. He appeared under control but aggressively pushed defenses throughout the Expo. He can get to the hole, but more routinely he accelerated the tempo to set up open shooters. Teaming with Nahcs WahwassuckNahcsWahwassuck6'2" | CGRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS, Royal Valley will be in good hands this fall.

Ty’ren Miller, Wichita Heights:

The quick and powerful Miller broke down defenses at the Expo and could get to the hole. He uses his quickness and deft control to push the ball faster than defenses could keep up. But he’s not all about creating his own shot. He broke down defenses to kick the ball to shooters or dump

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