Posted On: 07/15/21 11:08 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 guards who deserve some attention (in alphabetical order):

Sergio Chavez, 5-foot-8 guard, 2022, Southwestern Heights:

The quick point guard for the school from Kizmet, Chavez was first team Hi-Plains League and received some all-stat mentions. He produced some well-balanced stats, including 16.1 points and 2.7 assists per game. Despite his size, he pulled in 4.7 rebounds. As a junior, he had games of 31, 29 and 28.

Keagan Dimler, 6-foot-2 guard, 2022, Hanover:

Dimler is a classic case of a guy who benefits from playing on a talented team, but misses out on some notoriety for it. Dimler was a key part of the unbelievably deep and talented Hanover team that won state. With a team that scores a ton of points, someone is bound to rack up a bunch of assists. That was Dimler. He averaged 5.3 last year, one of the

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