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2019-2020 High School Hoops Preview – Washington Boys Prep Stars You Should Know

TEAL SOARING EAGLE – (6-foot-3 Junior Guard, White Swan 2B) The 6’3″ long wing will play collegiate basketball at some level. He posses all the skills and traits you look for in a prospect. He helped White Swan recover from a 1-7 start to earning a spot in the district playoffs averaging 18 points for the Cougars. Soaring Eagle was named 1st Team All-EWAC.

TRU ALLEN – (6-foot-1 Senior Guard, Clarkston 2A) Tru is quick, combined with a great handle, make for a fun player to watch. Allen is drawing interest from Eastern Washington, Idaho, and Montana State. The younger sibling of Tre Allen, the point guard for Idaho University. Allen averaged 18 points and was named Great Northern League 1st Team.

CALEB REVEY – (5-foot-11 Senior Guard, Lummi Nation 1B) Lummi Nation team captain and team leader led Lummi to the 22-3 record and State tournament berth. He’s at his best when he going downhill and looking to creating for his team. Revey is a strong, quick, & tough guard going into his 5th year of Varsity basketball.

Caleb Revey c/o 2020

JUSTICE HART – (6-foot-2 Sophomore Guard, Yakama Tribal School) Hart plays the game with a lot of heart and hustle. Hart is going to be special. Runs the floor extremely well and can lock-up 1-5 in the lower classification he plays in. He led the 1B State tournament is Blocks, was second in steals, and second in offensive rebounds. We’ll be covering more of Justice Hart thought the years.

ALONZO JONES-SMITH – (6-foot-2 Junior Guard, Tulalip Heritage 1B) Tulalip has been breeding ground for top talent with recent University of Washington signee RaeQuan Battle and Jones-Smith is no exception. Jones-Smith was Northwest 1B 1st-Team All-League.

Tyran Lane c/o 2022

BRYAN STROM JR. – (5-foot-8 Senior Guard, Yakama Tribal 1B) He’s the heart and soul of the Yakama Eagles, who placed second in the Washington State Tournament. Its best finish in the school’s history. He can score in a hurry, posting over 1,000 points in his high school career. Strom Jr. was named first-team All-State by the Associated Press. Definition of heart over height.

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TYRAN LANE – (6-foot-5 Sophomore Forward, Lummi 1B) Lane is a solid back to the basket post that continues to grow and fill out. Reminds me of a bigger and better version of his brother, and former Lummi Standout, Trazil Lane. As a freshman, he started and helped Lummi Nation to 22-3 record and the first round of the Washington State tournament.

KUPKANA LEAVITT – (6-foot-2 Junior Guard, White Swan 2B) The former Native Showcase MVP from three years ago is one of the top prospects in the state. Leavitt is listed because of his next level potential. He was second-team All-EWAC for the White Swan Cougars in Yakima, WA.

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2 Comments on 2019-2020 High School Hoops Preview – Washington Boys Prep Stars You Should Know

  1. Don’t forget about some of the native kids playing in the bigger public schools like J. Mathias who earned a starting spot on the varsity basketball team as a freshman.

  2. Brent Jordan // May 14, 2019 at 7:46 pm // Reply

    How about Tyler Jordan, Colville Tribe, helped lead Lake Roosevelt to 6th place finish in 2B. Looking to have a big senior year and contend for state title

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