Posted On: 10/6/20 5:06 PM

The Kansas Top 250 Expo, a one-day gathering of some of the best players in the region, was a stage for the top senior small forwards in Kansas to perform.

Here were the top senior small forwards at the showcase (listed in alphabetical order):

Jack ChapmanJackChapman6'5" | CGBlue Valley Northwest | 2021StateKS, Blue Valley Northwest:

Chapman sort of defies a position category, but whatever you consider him, he’s one of the best. He might have been the most dominant player at the Expo. He shoots from deep and handles the ball full court like guard, runs the floor like a small forward, yet he has the 6-foot-7 frame and shot-blocking ability to be a power forward. Regardless, Chapman was a one-man wrecking crew at the Expo. The style of play encouraged big men to pull down rebounds and push the ball up the floor on the dribble, which fit Chapman to a T. It was impossible to count the number of three-pointers and dunks Chapman poured in during the one-day jamboree.

Tanner HechtTannerHecht6'5" | CGWamego | 2021StateKS, Wamego:

There were tons of great wings in KC, but Hecht was arguably the best. He was able to get his three-point shot off at will, and he was

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