Posted On: 11/21/18 9:00 AM

The 2019 class is full of high level talent and some big name stars. While the 2020 class may not have the same star power as the class ahead of them, they have a lot of depth. This year’s junior class has great wing players and point guards, with some skilled  big men sprinkled in. 

These are the guys to watch for from the 2020 class.


Jabe Mullins: Mullins is a combo guard who has a rare combination of size and skill. Montana and UCSB have identified the 6’5 sharpshooter’s talents early on. The likes 

of Oklahoma, Oregon State, and others have also begun to take notice. Mullins is a do it all guard who can rebound, defend and create for himself and others. The big question will be if Jabe can turn his growing recruitment into team success for Mount Si HS. The expectation should be a State Tournament appearance for Mullin’s and fellow sharpshooter Tyler Patterson. 


Tyler Patterson: Tyler Patterson is of the best all around shooters the state has to offer Patterson gives you a premium as an elite 3 and D player. Standing at 6’7, he can guard all five positions including point guards. His improved lateral quickness allows him to guard the opposing team’s best player. Tyler has a UCSB offer but has the potential to garner interest from some high major schools. Tyler and his running mate, Jabe Mullins are one of the best 1-2 punch’s there is. Mt. Si will go as far as they take them.


Maui Sze– The Roosevelt point guard has a big heart and the game to match. Maui is a gamer who always seems to do his best at the biggest moments. He had some of his best games against national powerhouses like Garfield and Rainier Beach. Sze has grown accustom to tough competition as he was the starting PG for the Rotary Style 16u EYBL team. Sze averaged nearly 20 points per game a year ago as a sophomore. Entering his junior season, Sze wants to establish the Roosevelt Roughriders as one of the elite teams in the Metro league.


Peter Erickson: Erickson has an offer on the table from Eastern Washington, but after a summer with Washington Supreme he as gained multiple division one interest. The 6’6 guard can play either guard position. But his superb scoring ability makes him better suited to play shooting guard at the next level. Peter is a shooter, but he can go off the bounce to get his own shot or get all the way to the rim. As the second rated guard in his class, hopefully Peter’s scoring ability can lead Enumclaw back to the 4A state tournament.