Posted On: 06/5/21 3:06 PM

Summer offers young players without a lot of varsity experience to start getting ready for greater opportunities.

Here are a few Topeka guards who might be in line for bigger roles next fall (in alphabetical order):

Quentin Adams, 5-foot-8, 2023, United Basketball, Highland Park HS:

The super-quick lefthander is unaffected by on-ball pressure. He plays the game at top speed and is able to get shots on his own. He draws a lot of fouls going to the goal. This summer he’s showing off a pull-up jumper on the move and a lot of anticipation at the defensive end. Adams brings a burst of energy when he comes on the floor.

Pearse Bowen, 5-foot-10, 2023, Kansas 94x50 Elite, Washburn Rural HS (pictured):

Bowen may have a shot at playing time for the Junior Blues, who were dealt heavy losses by graduation. A point guard who is used to having the ball in his hands, directing and offense and handling pressure are his strengths. He’s a quick and physical guard who is the primary point guard for 94x50 Elite.

Carmelo Foy, 5-foot-10, 2023, United Basketball, Topeka West HS:

Getting playing time at Topeka West is always difficult. But they do graduate

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