Posted On: 05/8/19 8:32 AM
Summer ball is where players put in the work to get better and to show off their game. The first refresh of the Kansas site's rankings since it's January launch occurred a couple days ago. The refresh has supplied an opportunity to shine some light on centers that are putting in the time so they not only can help their high school teams make championship runs but to to improve their prospects of continuing to play after high school. The class of 2020 has a number of centers but this article will focus on those I know who are playing club ball this summer and might be on fewer radars.
#94 Overall Aiden Moxness 6'3" Shawnee Mission West, Kansas Elite - Moxness is a player I have seen the least of those included in this article. What stands out though is she has more length than most other centers, causing a lot of altered shots. Another bonus, she runs well in transition.
#33 Overall Kassie Kinniburgh 6'1" Valley Center, Wheat State Elite - Kinniburgh can catch. In a high school season where inexperienced and often overmatched teammates had difficulty with entry passes Kinniburgh caught most of what