Olathe Northwest becoming popular with D1 coaches

2012 6'10" Willie Cauley

Between three juniors at Olathe Northwest, the newest

2012 6'4" Shavon Shields

Olathe high school is apparently hosting a lot of college coaches this fall. The main attraction for the high majors such as Cal, Oklahoma, Kansas State and UCLA is 6’10 P Willie Cauley. Cauley has been steadily rising on most scouting boards and is now projected in the top 20 of the 2012 class. But, teammates Shavon Shields  (6’4″ SF) and Davis Reid (6’2″ PG) are attracting interest from mid-majors in the WCC, MVC, Ivy and Mountain West. The word is that Coach Mark Grove is receiving a flood of calls from assistants wanting to make trips into KC to see one of the three 2012s.  It’s no wonder that some consider the Ravens a threat to the Wichita Heights reign in 6A Kansas hoops.

2012 6'2" Davis Reid


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3 Responses to Olathe Northwest becoming popular with D1 coaches

  1. cat5714 says:

    Have been hearing about Cauley for a while. Hoping he is headed to Manhattan – Go Cats!

  2. Darrian says:

    All 3 of these dudes play for MOKAN – gotta be dangerous!!

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