Posted On: 03/2/21 9:11 AM

As the playoffs are rolling in Kansas, we will start to take a look at some recaps of another terrific and competitive high school basketball season. Today we look at some of the breakout freshman who burst on to the scene this year and made vital impacts for their varsity teams.

 

Carter Coombs, 5'10 Guard, Chanute: The guard out of Chanute has roared into the high school scene and is looking at becoming an All League player during his freshman campaign. He is currently averaging 12.6 points per game and shooting about 40% from 3 on the season. Watching him play, he has a great looking shot and gets himself on balance quickly whether off the catch, on the move, or off the dribble. He attacks closeouts well on shot fakes and gets to his pull up jumper nicely. Coombs is an extremely smooth guard and plays a much more mature game of basketball then what you'd expect from an incoming freshman. He is going to be a big time gamer.

 

Spencer Coup, 5'10 Guard, Solomon: The Solomon back court is loaded with talented young guards, and Coup is one of them. He is coming off a 28

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