Posted On: 06/25/21 10:08 AM

Topeka high schools graduated a group of seniors who had dominated the city for a couple of years. There will be a changing of the guard of sorts this year in the Capital City.

Here are some Topeka bigs vying for bigger roles next season (in alphabetical order):

Ketraleus Aldridge, 6-foot-4 forward, 2023, Highland Park:

Highland Park graduates a ton of veteran talent, particularly big Corey Powell Corey Powell 6'4" | PF Highland Park | 2021 State KS . The Scots will have to rebuild, and may have an athletic wing to build around in Aldridge. He’s a long lefthander who is showing off a lot of skills this summer for KC United, particularly the ability to get into the lane and score or draw fouls. He can get up to the rim, shoot on the move, and his ball-handling skills are pretty smooth for a big guy. He can handle the ball end to end, and could play just about every position if needed.

Gabriel Davis, 6-foot-6 center, 2023, Highland Park:

The big man from Highland Park continues to develop his skills and chisel his enormous frame. Davis works hard, runs the floor, and tries to apply the fundamentals in the post. He has soft hands and a gentle

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