Posted On: 12/16/20 5:00 PM

The Missouri State High School Activities Association just came out with its class and district assignments on Friday, Dec. 11. For the first time, the state has added a sixth class for postseason competition. Prep Hoops Missouri held off on listing our players and teams to watch until the new assignments came out. Now, that they are here, we first take a look at the Class 6 teams to watch.

Blue Springs: The Wildcats are dominated with talented 2022s with 6’6" guard Braden AppelhansBradenAppelhans6'6" | SGBlue Springs | 2022StateMO, 6’5" football standout Ike EzeoguIkeEzeogu6'5" | PFBlue Springs | 2022StateMO, 6’3" guard Mike Harrison and 5’8" guard Kyle BruceKyleBruce5'8" | PGBlue Springs | 2022StateMO. The top 2021 is 6’8" forward Eli WingertEliWingert6'8" | PFBlue Springs | 2021StateMO.

Chaminade: The Red Devis return its 2022 dynamic duo of 6’10" forward Tarris Reed, Jr. and 6’3" guard Damien MayoDamienMayo6'3" | SGChaminade | 2022StateMO. Stepping into key roles are 6’2" 2022 Nate StraughterNateStraughter6'2" | SGChaminade | 2022StateMO, 6’0" 2023 point guard B.J. WardB.J.Ward6'0" | PGChaminade | 2023StateMO and 6’7" 2022 Filip Sinobad.

CBC: The Cadets have an excellent group of perimeter players with 5’9" 2022 point guard Robert Martin, 6’5" 2022 wings Larry Hughes, Jr and Mikhail Abdul-HamidMikhailAbdul-Hamid6'4" | SGCBC | 2022StateMO as well as 6’4" 2021 Illinois football recruit Chevy BrensonChevyBrenson6'3" | SGCBC | 2021StateMO.

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