Shamet graduated from Park Hill and was a DiRenna Finalist for the top Kansas City high school player.
Shamet went on to star at Wichita State, averaging 15 ppg and 5.2 assists before being selected as the 26th overall pick in the first round of the 2018 NBA Draft by Philadelphia.
Shamet averaged nearly 11 ppg in his rookie season, finishing with the Los Angeles Clippers. Shamet was named to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.
Greenberg played at Leavenworth before starring at the University of St. Mary's, and simply finished his career as the all-time leading scorer (3,300 points) in Kansas history, breaking the University of Kansas star Danny Manning's point total.
Greenberg current plays overseas in Israel.
Stutz played at North Kansas City before the 7-footer went on to Wichita State. As a Shocker, developed into a first-team all-conference player, and finished with averages of 13.3 ppg and 8.0 rebounds in his senior year.
Stutz has played internationally since 2012.
Stutz played at Blue Springs before the 6-foot-9 power forward eventually played at Washburn. Stutz averaged 20.0 ppg and 7.1 rebounds to earn first-team all-NABC honors.
Stutz earned MVP in the ProA league in Germany and playing eight seasons internationally. He now is the head coach and GM of a franchise in the National Basketball League of Canada.
Ubel played at Blue Valley West and helped the Jaguars to the state tournament. Ubel went on Nebraska, being named the Cornhuskers team MVP his senior season and finished in the top 40 in many categories, including 7th in all-time games.
Ubel has played internationally for the last six years.
Sutton played at Oak Park and earned all-conference and second-team all-Metro honors before walking on at Mizzou. Sutton played in three seasons for Mizzou, including on the 31-7 Elite Eight team in 2008-09.
Sutton graduated and has been a TV analyst for the SEC Network, and currently is an NBA scout for the New Orleans Pelicans.
Landry Shamet, Wichita State
Garrett Stutz, Wichita State
Jarrett Sutton, Missouri
Connor Brooks, Stephen F. Austin
Bryce Cashman, North Dakota State
Clay Gayman, Abilene Christian
Michael Hughes, Duquesne
Miles Lester, Wake Forest
Clint Mann, Davidson
Trevor Mason, UMKC
Adam Roe, Army
Mason Taylor, Air Force
Nic Zeil, Creighton
Dustin Andrews, Emporia State
Diego Bernard, Northwest Missouri State
Bobby Chipman, Washburn
Nate Daniels, Missouri Western
Grant Greenberg, NW MO State/USM
Mason Hughes, Missouri Western
Isac Kreuer, Missouri Southern
Joe Miller, Central Missouri
D'Vante Mosby, Northwest Missouri State
Drake Patterson, Drury
Austin Regier, William Jewell
Evan Robinson, Washburn
Shane Rudman, Drury
Ian Sanderford, Missouri Western
Bryce Simmons, Washburn
Zach Starr, William Jewell
Logan Stutz, Washburn
Lane Titus, Missouri Western
Ryan Welty, Northwest Missouri State
John Williams, Drury
Tanner Zeil, Truman State