Nebraska’s Top Players – Regardless Of Class: #6-10
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Throughout the month of September, the state of Nebraska received a much needed Player Rankings Update. There was a total of over 200+ players added to the database throughout the four high school Classes and those lists are only going…
Throughout the month of September, the state of Nebraska received a much needed Player Rankings Update. There was a total of over 200+ players added to the database throughout the four high school Classes and those lists are only going to grow. In the article below I wanted to switch it up and try out something new within the Rankings. I am going to list the top #6-10 Players in the state, regardless of their grade level. Each one of these players is a college level prospect, that has stood out on multiple stages over their career thus far.
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#10 –– 2025 – PG – Pender High School
Pender High School andbrought home a State Title last season and I can see why when looking back. Dolliver is a Point Guard that makes everyone else around her better. She is very skilled in her own right but at the end of the day, she plays off of that skill and facilitates to the people around her. When contests get into clutch moments, Dolliver demands for the basketball so that she can make something happen. Demonstrating extreme leadership and confidence in her game. She is the type of player that a coach can trust in the biggest of moments and I think that speaks volumes to any potential recruits watching. We will see if the Dragons can go back to back this winter. It won’t be easy but if there is a Will, there is a way.
#9 –– 2026 – CG – Malcolm High School
The “Swiss Army knife” of this Top 10 is. Dolliver is a Combo Guard with a lot of versatility. When I watched her contests from last season, she was doing everything for her team at a high rate. She wasn’t the only one but she was the player that could really be put at any spot, and she was going to dominate successfully. As a freshman, she helped lead her team to the State Playoffs and she put up some big numbers while doing it. I’m excited to see what she can put together for her Sophomore year this winter and moving forward. She is another player that is going to produce at the collegiate level one day. Which one? I’m not sure yet but wherever she ends up, she is going to kill it. You can just tell that she is a winner with a positive attitude.
#8 –– 2026 – SF – Millard West High School
A player that has one of the highest ceilings throughout the entire state of Nebraska isof Millard West. I’m not sure when college coaches are going to realize but Paben’s potential is very high. She stands at 6’1 with a mixture of speed, balance, and coordination. Not to mention, that she is very skilled on and off of the ball. She can score from all three levels at high rate off of the catch or the dribble and isn’t afraid to create for the others around her either. Paben checks a lot of boxes when looking at her from a recruiting stand-point. Right now, I have her as a D2/D1 player but if she continues to get better and grows her game over this next season, we could be talking about even higher.
#7 –– 2024 – PG – Omaha Central High School
Electric. Eye-Opening. Jaw Dropping. There are just some of the words used to describeand her play style on the floor. Jones is a Bradley Women’s basketball commit and a Point Guard with a versatile skill set. In general, Jones is very quick and has an extremely high motor. Doesn’t matter if it’s on offense or defense. When I had the opportunity to watch her compete this summer, she demonstrated a superior offensive skill set compared to most, an aggressive demeanor, and the ability to set up the others around her at a high rate. Not to mention, she can shoot that thing. I’m not sure about Bradley’s incoming recruiting class but I’m hoping Jones can find the floor early on in her career. She is knowledgeable about the game and listens to what her coaches are saying, if she can find the floor as a Freshman/Sophomore, I’m not sure they will be able to take her off of it moving forward.
#6 –– 2024 – C – Lincoln Northeast High School
is one of the most skilled Centers/Power Forwards throughout the entire state of Nebraska and she comes in at #6 in these rankings. Washington has a high level mixture of knowledge, skill, size, physicality, touch, and coordination. When she catches with her back to the basket in a favorable spot, she usually comes out successful with bucket in some form. If the defense over-plays her and she doesn’t have a good look, she will make an accurate pass to the perimeter for a better shot from her teammate. From what I’ve seen, Washington has a handful of D1 offers but isn’t committed quite yet. I’m not sure where she will end up exactly but whoever gets her, will be very excited to see her on campus in the near future.