Posted On: 03/18/21 8:05 AM

There were some really good seniors in the United Kansas Conference this past season. But relatively speaking, the junior class stands out as really strong. Particularly at Basehor Linwood, which took an early exit from the playoffs when it was surprised by KC-Piper, there are several juniors who will make the Bobcats a favorite next year.

Here are some of the top seniors-to-be in the UKC, courtesy of the all-league team:

Jordan Brown Jordan Brown 6'4" | SG Basehor-Linwood | 2022 State KS , Basehor-Linwood (pictured):

The 6-foot-4 shooting guard can score in so many ways. He has no limit to his distance, and he can shoot the long ball from a jump shot or step back, making him almost impossible to shut down. He shoots an effective floater and of course can get to the hoop and dunk. He’s got good court awareness and finds teammates on the drive.

Tyrese Cannon Tyrese Cannon 6'3" | SF Leavenworth | 2022 State KS , Leavenworth:

It was a rough year for the Pioneers. After winning just three games all season, they were bounced in the play-in round of the sub-state. But Cannon was so good, he was one of two juniors named to the league’s first team. He’s an athlete who get up and down the court, make explosive

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