Prep Hoops Players 11-15 of the 2026 Class
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Rolling through the top 30 players of the new 2026 Class Ranking, we get the third member of the stellar Wichita Collegiate crew. Here are the 11th through 15th ranked-players in the initial list for the Class of 2026: #11…
Rolling through the top 30 players of the new 2026 Class Ranking, we get the third member of the stellar Wichita Collegiate crew.
Here are the 11th through 15th ranked-players in the initial list for the Class of 2026:
#11 –, 6-foot-1 shooting guard, 2026, Wichita Collegiate:
A big, physical guard Parker can shoot it or get to the goal on the bounce. He’s physical and uses his 215 pounds to overwhelm opponents. He has the instincts of a defensive back and quick hands to produce a lot of tipped passes and slapped dribbles. He can rebound like a power forward too. With the ball in his hands, he has a combination of slick handle and quick feet to get to jumpers or to split defends on the way to the goal. He was a first-team pick in the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. I and an all-state honorable mention recipient. He had an impressive stat line in the Spartans’ one game at the 3A tournament, scoring 11 points, grabbing 7 boards and dishing out 4 assists.
#12 –, 6-foot-5 center, 2026, Hays:
Ruder is one of the most advanced and fundamentally sound big men in the class. He understands play in the post and works hard at it. He was an important component of the solid Hays team that had to replace a lot of players. He provided a solid precent in the paint and contributed occasional double-figure games on offense. He averaged 6 points and 2 boards. He is big, strong and tough and is willing to do all the little things a team needs from its big man.
#13 –, 5-foot-10 shooting guard, 2026, Seaman (pictured):
Bonner’s freshman season was highlighted by some big nights scoring the ball for the rebuilding Vikings. His double-figure nights included 22 against Maize and 21 against Piper. Bonner is a big-time shooter who hit 39% from deep. He carried a lot of the ball-handling duties and held up under the pressure. He averaged 8 points per game and will produce a lot more moving forward.
#14 –, 5-foot-11 shooting guard, 2026, Newton:
Dillon gained valuable experience as one of Newton’s primary players in a rebuilding season. He’s sneaky athletic, with good speed to run the floor and the toughness to succeed on the football field without a lot of size. His calling card is his shooting ability from deep, but he does it all, including sticking his nose in for rebounds. He attacks the goal on the bounce and draws fouls. Dillon is a talented offensive player.
#15 –, 5-foot-10 point guard, 2026, Shawnee Mission North:
A pure point guard with a high IQ and understanding of what is needed, Casares got right on the varsity floor for a team that needed leadership. He is a steadying influence with the ball in his hands. He can create his own shot, but he stays focused on taking care of the ball and getting it to scorers in good position. Casares is tough and unselfish, a team-first point man.