Posted On: 04/20/21 1:52 PM

The Thrive Space Gymnasium in Waterloo, NE was the site Sunday (4/18/21) afternoon for the most recent installment of the High School All-American Showcase; an event that is hosted throughout the country at various locations during the year.

Due to Covid restrictions, the number of players was limited for this particular event.  However, some 20 current high school players from both Nebraska and Iowa, including some of the area’s top players in the 2022 class, attended the five-hour showcase to work on their game, get filmed, and “polish up” before the beginning of many of their AAU circuit seasons get underway.

Top Performers:

Mason Strong Mason Strong 5'8" | PG Omaha North | 2022 State NE    5’10   2022   CG   Omaha North

If you have not yet, buy stock now on the guard from Omaha North.  The 5’10 junior had arguably the most consistent day of all the top performers.  With the likes of his 2022 peers #5 Chandler Meeks Chandler Meeks 6'2" | CG Omaha Westside | 2022 State NE and #7 Luke Jungers Luke Jungers 6'9" | PF Omaha Creighton Prep | 2022 State NE (according to Prep Hoops) on hand; the Viking went to work all day long. Shooting with range from behind the arc in transition, attacking baseline, weaving through defenders to the paint, Strong had

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