There’s a lot of talented basketball players in the Wichita area, and in Kansas in general.
But when the best players from the rest of the country come to the Air Capital, that’s a great opportunity for local athletes to get even more exposure from college coaches. At the Mullen High Performance Camp that takes place today through Sunday at the Wichita Hoops facility in Bel Aire, over 300 four-year college coaches are in attendance scouting potential future players.
Wichita’s River City hoops had one more go in the tournament in the 17-U Division Consolation round players like John Murdock and Izaiah Hale went up against Nebraska Bison Red in a tight game that went down to the wire. But River City just Couldn’t pull out the wing and fell to Nebraska 63 to 62. Some players, though, look at this as a way to represent Wichita and Play against some tough Competition.