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2019-2020 High School Hoops – Five Guards in the Pacific Northwest

DONNELLE IRVIN – (6-foot-3 Senior Combo Guard, Stadium 3A) Flying under the radar is combo guard, Donnelle Irvin out of Tacoma, WA. He has an excellent pull-up and knack of putting the ball in the basket. Irving spent his first two seasons playing for Chief Leschi Schools, and was the co-MVP of the 2B Pacific League his sophomore season. Last season he was PCL 3A First team, and will probably repeat averaging over 22 points per contest.

TRU ALLEN – (6-foot-0 Senior Point Guard, Clarkston 2A) Returning Great Northern first-team selection is looking to bring the Bantams back State after losing in the 2A quarterfinals last season. Allen has offers and is drawing interest from the likes of Eastern Washington, Idaho, and Montana State. The younger sibling of Tre Allen, the 1,000 point scorer for Idaho University is averaging 22 points, six assists, and three steals per game.

CALEB REVEY – (6-foot-0 Senior Point Guard, Lummi Nation 1B) The Lummi Nation standout put his skills on full display at our All-Star game held at Everett Community College. Strong, physical guard that should have an easy time adapting to the next level. Team captain has Lummi off to a 16-3 (12-0) record and undefeated record in the Northwest 1B. If you know anything about Lummi, Head Coach Jerome Toby gets the best out of his guards.

Mick Schimmel c/o 2020

MICK SCHIMMEL – (6-foot-1 Senior Guard, Nixyaawii Community 1A) Younger sibling of Shoni & Jude Schimmel, the former Louisville stars and former players of the WNBA, is making a name for himself in Pendleton, OR. His accolades include two-time Old Oregon League Player of the Year, and first team selection through his first three years. There’s another Schimmel building up quite the resume.

JUSTICE HART – (6-foot-3 Sophomore Guard, Yakama Nation Tribal 1B) He can lock-up 1-5 in the lower 1B classification. As we mentioned previously, Hart provided Yakama Nation with a stable presence on the defensive end at the State tournament. He led the 1B State Tournament in blocks, second in steals, and was second in offensive rebounds for the State Runner-Up. More often than not, he’s matching up with the big man or the opposing teams’s best player. His best days are ahead and when it’s all said and done, he might be the best player on this list.

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