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Seattle Times preseason all-state boys basketball team

Seattle area players highlight Seattle Times preseason all-state boys high school basketball team


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Seattle Times preseason all-state boys team
Pos. FIRST TEAMSchoolHt. Yr.
GTramaine IsabellGarfield 6-1Sr.
WSU signee averaged 19.9 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 steals last season for Lakeside.
GShaqquan AaronRainier Beach 6-7Sr.
Athletic wing has nice touch from outside and can create for others. Signed with Louisville.
GJason Todd Jackson 6-5Sr.
Averaged 21.5 points, 10.8 rebounds last season, winning Gatorade player of the year.
G/FDonaven Dorsey Timberline 6-7 Sr.
Has the skills of a guard, but has grown into body of a small forward.
FJosh Martin Bothell 6-7 Sr.
Strong and athletic, Martin likes to play above the rim. He signed with Minnesota.
Pos. SECOND TEAMSchool Ht. Yr.
GDejounte MurrayRainier Beach 6-4 Jr.
Murray is a good ballhandler and has excellent court vision. Has an offer from UW.
GKaleb Warner Mercer Island 6-6 Sr.
Versatile player who can shoot well. Warner has signed with Pacific.
FEugene Artison Franklin 6-8 Sr.
His recruitment picked up late, but Artison earned a scholarship from Fresno State.
FJacob Lampkin O’Dea 6-9Sr.
Lampkin has long frame that makes nice midrange shot almost unstoppable. Signed with Pacific.
FMatt Hubbard Colville 6-9Sr.
The Santa Clara signee is skilled down low with a good-looking jump shot.


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