Posted On: 01/24/19 3:26 PM

As the aau summer circuit wrapped up last July, one name that was regularly mentioned as a "surprising unknown" was 2019 Tualatin High School swingman Jack Rose. The 6'4 lefty had a nice spring & summer playing for Team Jones after serving in a mostly supporting role as a junior for a Timberwolves team that made a run to the Elite 8 behind the play of state scoring leader Alexis Angeles, now at St. Martins in Lacey.  Rose has kept that solid play up through the first half of his senior year, with averages of 14.5 ppg, 6.6 rebounds per game, & 4.3 assists per game for a Tualatin team that currently sits #20 in the OSAA computer rankings at  9-6 overall.

We recently caught up with Rose to get his thoughts on the season, his strengths & weaknesses as a player, and where his college recruitment stands.  "So far, my senior season has been going great!  We lost a lot of size & scoring from last year, but we have the senior leaders to have a successful season and make a playoff run." "The 3 Rivers League is super competitive once again and we have to continue to improve

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