Posted On: 05/7/21 2:20 PM

There was a ton of talent on the floor at the Prep Hoops event in Wichita last weekend. Guys demonstrated a variety of skills. Some guys have the total package. No matter where they line up, who they guard or what they’re asked to do, they get it done.

Here is a look at some of the most versatile players at the Midwest Grind Session (in alphabetical order):

Kurtis Beck Kurtis Beck 6'4" | PF Nemaha Central | 2022 State KS and Marcus Beck, 2022, 6-foot-4 forwards, SSA Hoops Elite Blue, Nemaha Central HS:

It’s probably not fair to lump the twins together. They have slightly different styles and games. But their skill sets are so similar, and they both excel at such a variety of things. Both are long and lean, springy athletes who can handle the ball, push it up the floor, and play competently on the perimeter. They both rebound well and defend with good mobility and versatility. Their body types lend themselves well to an all-around game.

Jaron Briggs Jaron Briggs 6'4" | CG Piper | 2022 State KS , 2022, 6-foot-3 forward, KC Spurs Black, Piper HS (pictured):

Briggs was surrounded by enormous big men on his club last weekend. But that helped him show off his versatility. Briggs often locked up on

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