Top 250 Expo Early Entries: Forwards and Centers

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Posted On: 08/30/18 12:50 PM

The PrepHoops Oregon Top 250 Expo takes place on September 15th at Parkrose High School in Portland, and there’s still time to sign up! If you haven’t done so yet, you can do that right here.

A number of college programs will be in attendance and you’ll get the opportunity to play in front of them against some legitimate competition – some of which has already signed up. Here are some of the top frontcourt performers you’ll get to play against.

Dominic McGarvey (2019 Sheldon HS)

McGarvey ranks as one of the top post prospects in the state in any class. This summer for Team Flight, the 6-foot-9 rising senior excelled at running the floor and finishing on the break, but where he made the most impact was defensively with his ability to block shots. Currently receiving interesting from a number of levels, McGarvey will be looking to breakout at the showcase.  McGarvey is ranked #14 in the PrepHoops Class of 2019 rankings.

Will Reese (2019 Sunset HS)

Reese is a versatile post who can step out and hit the mid-range jumper, but can also attack some off the dribble. A good student, the 6-foot-6 rising senior has been attracting interest from a number of Division III programs as a stretch four. As one of the bigger players currently at the showcase, look for the #33 ranked player in the 2019 class to do some damage inside.

Bridger Steppe (2019 Tualatin HS)

Steppe was a solid player for Tualatin last season and as one of their bigger players in 2018-19, should find himself as one of the top threats inside. The 6-foot-4 rising senior has a good feel for the game and is a solid all-around player. The #51 ranked player in the Class of 2019 is currently one of the taller players at the showcase.

Brandon Roberts (2019 Lake Oswego HS)

Not a true frontcourt player by any means, but Roberts is the type of guy who can be plugged in at almost any position on the floor due to his versatility and willingness to take on anybody of any size. At the showcase the 6-foot-2 senior will unquestionably be diving on the floor for loose balls and battling anyone and everyone on the boards.