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Posted On: 06/8/21 8:00 PM

Last high school basketball season gave us a chance to see a lot of small school ballers make names for themselves. By getting listed on all-state teams, propelling their teams to winning seasons, or racking up a lot of stats, they demonstrated that they are worthy of recognition on the 2022 Player Rankings.

Check out a few of the small schoolers to make the list (in alphabetical order):

Marcus Beck Marcus Beck 6'4" | PF Nemaha Central | 2022 State KS , 6-4 forward, Nemaha Central:

Marcus often gets overshadowed a bit by his twin brother, #88 Kurtis. But the two are so similar in their ability and playing style that Marcus deserves recognition. He’s a long, athletic forward who can do a lot of good things. He can handle the ball the length of the floor, make plays in the lane and on the perimeter, and is a disrupter on defense due to his combination of length and smooth agility. He gets slotted at #120.

Damian Foster Damian Foster 5'9" | PG Waverly | 2022 State KS , 5-9 guard, Waverly:

Foster led Waverly to state as the team really got rolling in the second half. He was an occasionally big scorer for the Bulldogs, including 24 against West Franklin and 22 against Chase County. In the sub-state

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