Omaha’s Hunter Sallis is one of the best high school prospects the state of Nebraska has seen in a while. The 6-foot-4 inch Millard North High School guard recently started attracting national attention thanks to his performances at various national camps, including the 2019 October USAB Minicamp, a weekend-long event where the country’s best high school players are invited to workout and practice with some members of the USA Basketball staff. Sallis was the first Nebraska prospect to ever be invited to the event.
Schools around the country have begun to notice Sallis as well. Recently, he received offers from Kansas and Oregon as well as having the University of Nebraska-Lincoln men’s basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg in to watch him play.
The lengthy, athletic guard projects very well to the next level. Scoring, passing and defending, Sallis can do a little bit of everything. He put all those skills on display in his season opener against Lincoln High.