Posted On: 02/18/21 12:55 PM

A lot of good players have great nights, followed by not-so-great nights. Sometimes it’s because of their style of play, or how their teams use them. But some guys are just steady as a clock. You can always count on them.

Here are some northeast Kansans known for their consistency (in alphabetical order):

Kaleb BeckerKalebBecker6'4" | SFAbiline | 2022StateKS, junior, Abilene:

The 6-foot-4 Becker is always working hard, running the floor and providing consistent rebounding. On the offensive end, he’s like clockwork,. He only has one game this season with fewer than 15 points. He never explodes for huge point totals, but he’s always in the 15-19 range.

Lafe Blevins, senior, Doniphan West:

Doniphan West has had an up-and-down season, with some nice wins and some blowout losses. But point guard Blevins has been a consistent and productive leader. He has just one game on the season with fewer than 10 points, and he consistently tosses in 13-17 points per game. The Mustangs are improved after wining just five games last year and averaging just 30 points per game, and it’s mostly due to Blevins’ leadership.

Owen BraxmeyerOwenBraxmeyer6'1" | CGManhattan | 2021StateKS, senior, Manhattan (pictured):

The Indians have been in a tough rebuilding year.

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