Ashton Verhulst is a 2020 and has already committed to KSU. She is a very nice heady player with skills, but not nearly the physical athletic talent her younger sister is who most consider a way higher level recruit. Payton Verhulst may well be a Mcdonalds All American.
In response to your volleyball example with NU i agree whole heartedly it is important to own your state. However, Nebraska HS volleyball nationally is at a way higher level than it is in bball. probably in large part because of NU volleyball success local girls grow up dreaming of playing volleyball and so more play. I have studied it for a while and on average Kansas produces about twice as many bcs basketball kids per year as Nebraska, and feeds for Kansas d2 schools who all compete regularly for a national title at d2 level. Nebraska produces more bcs volleyball kids than kansas on average. So in general i think nebraska has more volleyball bcs kids to recruit considering the population than corresponding bball kids. Kansas has very few bcs volleyball kids other than private schools out of kansas city area who belong to the big clubs, with a few out of wichita also.
I am not sure who we are recruiting for bball nationally right now other than the 3 ks kids that have been discussed -- verhulst, ryan and love; but have seen mention on the internet of the 2020 wisconsin guard Simmons and maybe a north dakota big and a canadian kid. I can't remember their names.