Posted On: 11/21/20 8:02 PM

The rankings of 2021 players got an update in October. The periodic update rewards a handful of players who demonstrated their ability over the summer.

Here are some of the guards who made big moves in the Kansas 2021 Player Rankings:

Alston MasonAlstonMason5'11" | CGBlue Valley Northwest | 2021StateKS, Blue Valley Northwest - #5 to #4:

Moving up just one spot doesn’t sound like a big move. But when you consider that a new #1 was inserted in Kennedy ChandlerKennedyChandler6'1" | PGSunrise Chrisitan | 2021State#14NationKS, it’s significant. That means Alston actually jumped a couple of spots, and when you’re that high in the rankings, any movement is pretty big. Mason earned second team 6A as a junior, then wowed scouts at summer events. He showed he can do pretty much everything, but his ability to get into the lane and create opportunities is most impressive.

Jayden GarrisonJaydenGarrison6'1" | CGLittle River | 2021StateKS, Little River - #53 to #42 (11 spots):

Garrison was really impressive in summer events. He has good size and plays with a smooth yet physical style. As a junior he proved to be one of the best small-school guards in the state. Then, in the summer showcases, he showed he belongs in the highest category of guards,

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