Posted On: 12/6/21 5:22 PM

Nebraska boys high school basketball is back and did not disappoint this past week. Lots of big time matchups, some new faces, underclassmen stepping into new roles. Should be another fun years of boys high school basketball. Here are just a few notes I took away from week 1 of the season. 

 

Bellevue West Depth

The Thunderbirds have been dominant in class A the last few years with Chucky Hepburn leading the charge. With Hepburn and Fidler gone, look for Josiah Dotzler Josiah Dotzler 6'3" | CG Bellevue West | 2023 State NE and William Kyle William Kyle 6'8" | C Bellevue West | 2022 State NE III to step into those leadership roles. Both were dominant last winter and took there games to the next level this summer. Bell West is a favorite for most to win state this year and after watching there game on Saturday against Southeast I can see why. The Thunderbirds have arguably the best depth in class A. They have a solid 10 or 11 players that can come in and produce for them. With the likes of Josiah Dotzler Josiah Dotzler 6'3" | CG Bellevue West | 2023 State NE , William Kyle William Kyle 6'8" | C Bellevue West | 2022 State NE III, Evan Inselman Evan Inselman 6'6" | SF Bellevue West | 2022 State NE Jaden Jackson Jaden Jackson 5'10" | SG Bellevue West | 2024 State NE , and Jaxon Stueve Jaxon Stueve 6'4" | SF Bellevue West | 2023 State NE , opponents will already have a lot to handle. You then have

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