2018-19 TOPEKA SIZZLERS
  1. #32
    #32
    Wing
  2. #2 - Anthony Downing
    Attended Independence community college 2009-2011 Avg 18 ppg, and 8 ast. 1st Team All-Jayhawk Conference. Signed to Missouri State University 2011-2013. All MVC New-Comer Team, All-Conference MVC 2013 Avg 13.7 ppg. After College Played 3 years in the British BBL league For the Leicester Riders and Surrey United With a Average of 19 ppg, and 6 ast.
    #2 - Anthony Downing
    Guard
  3. #11 - Skyler Link
    Graduated from Royal Valley High School and went on to play ball at Labette Community College and then later went to play on Washburn University JV team.
    #11 - Skyler Link
    Guard
  4. #15 - Calean Neal
    Caelen attended Olathe East High school and was 1st team all sunflower league. After graduation he attended   college at Butler Community College where his team ended up Jayhawk Conference Champions and he was  2nd Team All Conference. After Butler he attended Texas A&M-Kingsville.
    #15 - Calean Neal
    Guard
  5. #0 - Julian Winton
    Julian was 2nd team All Sunflower league and All State honorable mention in High School. He then played for  Pratt Community College and led the KJCCC in 3pt %. After Pratt he went to Tabor College where he was 1st team All-Conference twice and was also named Newcomer Of The Year. During his stay at Tabor, Julian was player of the week three times as well as being named an All American.
    #0 - Julian Winton
    Guard
  6. #10 - Mekan Moss
    Topeka native that was the 2006 Player of the Year out of Topeka West High School. Attended Independence Community College for 2 seasons and then moved on to Jamestown College in ND. Completed his college career at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina. 
    #10 - Mekan Moss
    Wing
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  8. #5 - Titus Rice
    Titus Rice played his college ball at Ottawa University and started in all 31 games as a junior, earning Third Team All-KCAC. He averaged 17.5 points and 4.7 rebounds per game. Rice shot 49.4 percent from the floor, 38.1 percent from behind the 3-pt line, and 73.9 percent from the free throw line. He tallied 146 rebounds, 31 assists, 11 blocks, and 29 steals.
    #5 - Titus Rice
    Forward
  9. #14 - Elijah Smith
    Elijah played his high school ball at Valley Heights. He then went on to run track at Butler Community College competing in Long and Triple jumped.
    #14 - Elijah Smith
    Forward
  10. #13 - Brady Skeens
    Brady was First-Team All-State and the Sunflower League Player of the Year in high school at SMNW. In college at Washburn on the court he was 2-time MIAA First-Team, 3-time MIAA Defensive Player of the Year, 2-time All-District, 2-time All-Region and All-American as a Senior. Off the court he was 4-time MIAA Honor Roll, 3-time MIAA Scholar Athlete, 2-time NABC Honors Court, 2-time Academic All-District, 2-time Academic All American and the winner of the prestigious Ken B. Jones award as the top Scholar Athlete across all sports in the MIAA.
    #13 - Brady Skeens
    Forward
  11. #21 - Jordan Newby
    Topeka native that graduated from Topeka West high school and later went on to play his college ball at Coffeyville Community College.
    #21 - Jordan Newby
    Forward
  12. #7 - Latrell Love
    Graduated from Minnetonka High School in Minnesota and the went on to play his college ball at Mississippi Valley State University.
    #7 - Latrell Love
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