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3A tournament dream team

A look at five girls and five boys to keep an eye on at Class 3A basketball tournament.

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Shaqquan Aaron, Rainier Beach

6-8, Sr., guard, 22 points per game

Gifted scorer with great court vision. Will play at Louisville next season.

Dejounte Murray, Rainier Beach

6-5, Jr., guard, 18 ppg

A matchup nightmare due to his length. Triple-double threat who excels on both ends of the court.

David Crisp, Rainier Beach

6-0, Sr., guard, 21 ppg

A lights-out shooter and arguably the most athletic player in the tournament. Verbally committed to Washington.

Mandrell Worthy, Eastside Catholic

6-3, Jr., guard, 17 ppg

A gifted scorer who is able to find his shots within the Eastside Catholic offense.

Alphonso Anderson, Wilson

6-6, So., forward, 12 ppg

Incredibly athletic and difficult to stop in the interior.

Myzhanique Ladd, Cleveland

5-8, Sr., guard, 14.5 ppg

Quick and tenacious at both ends of the court, Metro MVP is headed to San Jose State.

Makala Roper, Cleveland

5-8, Sr., guard, 16.2 ppg

Clutch shooter, signed with UC Santa Barbara, was tourney MVP last year.

Jadyn Bush, Bishop Blanchet

5-11, Fr., forward, 14.7 ppg

Explosive scorer and rebounder has good range and goes full speed at all times.

Jordan Rodriguez, Sunnyside

5-8, Jr., guard, 14.6 ppg

Smooth player with great touch was Big Nine player of the year as a sophomore.

Shelby Cansler, Bellevue

6-0, So., guard/forward, 14.7 ppg

A great inside/outside threat who leads her team in most categories.

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