Posted On: 03/23/20 1:34 PM

The 2020 Nebraska State Tournament was full of ups and downs, including a bright set of rising players from the Class of 2022.  This is the second of a two-part series in which I will share my thoughts on some of the 2022 players that I saw at the Nebraska State Tournament.

Olivia Reed (6'0" Forward, Chadron): The daughter of Chadron State's men's basketball coach Houston Reed, Olivia Reed is a long, athletic player who is also an outstanding middle distance runner in track.  She is a very good driver, but she can also shoot it a little bit from the perimeter.  Reed led the Cardinals back to the state tournament for the first time since 2016 while averaging 17 points and seven boards a night.  This may be a diamond in the rough in the Sandhills of Nebraska that college coaches may be flocking to the next couple of years.

Rylie Rice (5'9" Guard, Grand Island Central Catholic): Rice could be one of the best shooters in the state; she has terrific range, and she changes the complexion of your defensive game plan because you can't help off of her and allow her to let it fly from deep.  There are

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