Posted On: 10/2/20 3:44 PM

Standout posts aren’t always in high great supply in the small towns and rural areas of Kansas. A couple of the returning standouts include Tyus Wilson and Harlan ObiohaHarlanObioha7'0" | CHoxie | 2021StateKS.

But a few posts from around the state bear watching in the fall, based on their work on the summer circuit.

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

Jace Linenberger, Midwest Magic 16U, Hays, 2022:

With a talented group around him, Linenberger didn’t get a lot of accolades as a sophomore. But at 6-foot-7, he is should open a lot of eyes this year. He’s long and mobile and tries to disrupt everything in the lane. He moves well for a big guy and has good hands and good ball skills. He doesn’t back down from a tussle in the lane and is a force on the boards.

Eli Sawyers, Kansas Pray N Play 17U, Southeast of Saline, 2023:

Sawyers is a hybrid player with a diverse set of skills, but at 6-foot-5 he will spend a lot of time in the post. He

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