Conference Preview

Posted On: 02/25/21 8:42 PM

As senior seasons wind down, some teams aren’t winning as much as they would like. They aren’t ranked teams, getting a lot of exposure. So will have early exits. But here are a handful of seniors fighting to the bitter end, making their schools very proud:

Hayden Bieling, Council Grove:

One of a few returning starters for the Braves, the 6-foot-1 guard has provided leadership and versatily from the guard spot. He’s an important rebounder and defender and is frequently good for 10-plus points.

Lafe Blevins, Doniphan West:

The veteran point guard has been a consistent scoring threat all season for the Mustangs. With only a couple of games in single-figures Blevins is a threat from deep, can penetrate and draws a lot of fouls. He put up 20 against Clifton-Clyde and 16 or more seven times.

Bray Davis, Riverside:

The 5-foot-9 guard got the season off to an incredible start 29 points in a shootout with Royal Valley. Next he put up 18 and 21 against Perry-Lecompton and Hiawatha, respectively. Davis has been an important member of the Cyclones since transferring from Troy.

Braden Heins, Northern Heights:

Northern Heights has fallen on hard times after going 18-4 a year

Kansas All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Kansas to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week with an annual subscription!