Posted On: 07/15/21 11:29 AM

Inevitably, a few players fail to receive the notoriety they deserve. Sometimes it’s someone in the shadow of a teammate. Sometimes it’s a player at a small school that doesn’t receive much attention (particularly true in Western Kansas). And sometimes its a member of a team that fails to achieve much success.

Here are a few Kansas forwards and centers who deserve some attention (in alphabetical order):

Brayden Colglazier, 6-foot-1 forward, 2022, Pawnee Heights:

Colglazier is often overshadowed by 2023 teammate Alec Carlson Alec Carlson 6'1" | CG Pawnee Heights | 2023 State KS , a high-scoring all-state player. But Colglazier does a ton of dirty work and provides a lot of versatility for the talented Tigers. He averaged a double-double with 11.7 points and 10.5 boards. He also produced 2.0 assists and 2.0 steals, which earned him honorable mention 1A Div. 2 as a junior.

Nolan Juenemann, 6-foot-7 center, 2022, Norton:

It’s hard to imagine a 6-foot-7 guy getting less attention than Juenemann tends to get at Norton. He averaged 12.1 points and pulled down 6.0 rebounds as a junior. With a lot of graduation in the Mid-Continent League, watch for the big man to get a lot more attention next season.

Austin King Austin King 6'1" | SF Udall | 2022 State KS , 6-foot-6 center, 2022,

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