Posted On: 07/6/21 9:24 AM

Summer gives Western Kansas players an opportunity to match up with those they don’t get a chance to see during the high school season.

Not everyone from a midwestern school is an unknown obviously. Jace Linenberger Jace Linenberger 6'6" | C Hays | 2022 State KS from Hays, Britton Dutton Britton Dutton 6'1" | SG Ellinwood | 2023 State KS from Ellinwood, and Seth Madron Seth Madron 6'2" | SG McPherson | 2022 State KS from McPherson are all-staters who need no introduction.

Here are a few wings and posts from the midwestern part of the state who are showing what they can do against elite competition (in alphabetical order):

Nathan Adams Nathan Adams 6'2" | SF Pratt-Skyline | 2022 State KS , 6-foot-2 forward, 2022, Pratt-Skyline, Western Kansas Elite:

Adams has played well against top-level competition this summer, impressive for a player from 1A Div. 1. He has shown he can be tough to guard on the perimeter, finding spots to pull the trigger from deep, and able to put the ball on the floor to penetrate for jumpers. Adams is well-built, powerful and quick for his size.

Bryce Beisner, 6-foot-5 forward, 2024, Beloit, SSA Hoops Elite:

An up-and-comer to watch in north-central Kansas is the lanky Beisner. He is strong in the post and quick to turn and score with either hand. He draws a lot of fouls because he’s so

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