Posted On: 05/29/19 7:12 PM

Two-time 4A State Champion Liam Lloyd has seen his stock rise throughout the spring club ball season. Liam was a critical part of Gonzaga Prep's 2018-2019 run due to his shooting, intensity and focus on the defensive end. There were talks around the state about where he would take his talents for club ball, as all of his Spokane Griffins teammates would be graduating, including Gonzaga signee Anton Watson. The son of Gonzaga assistant Tommy Lloyd wound up playing with the Under Armour sponsored, Washington Supreme. Carl Howell, the head coach for Washington Supreme, spent multiple seasons in Cheney coaching at Eastern Washington University, just a 25 minute drive from Gonzaga. The transition appears to have been smooth and the younger Lloyd has really carried the momentum from the high school season into the spring circuit, even taking it up a notch as the competition has gotten tougher. The 6'5 off-guard is currently averaging 13.5 points per game, while shooting 40% from the field. He leads the team in steals and grabs over 4 rebounds per game as well. In two of his last three games, Lloyd has put up 24 points two times and made six 3-balls in each

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