Posted On: 09/27/19 12:00 PM

One of the top juniors in the state of Washington, Tyson Degenhart, recently announced that he will be playing his college basketball in the Mountain West Conference for the Boise State Broncos. Tyson becomes the second member of the 2021 class in Washington to give a verbal commitment, with Battle Ground's Kaden Perry (Gonzaga) being the other.

Coming off an outstanding sophomore season, Tyson's recruitment really started to pick up. I had the chance to evaluate him throughout the winter, as well as the summer session with Mt. Spokane and the WIBCA D1 Viewing Event at Bellevue College. Tyson steadily got better, even from his first team all state performance for Mt. Spokane in March. The one consistent for Tyson throughout the last year was his motor. It never stops running and while he has a great mixture of talent and skill, his motor allows him to outplay many other players that possess more athleticism or size. Point Loma offered, followed by Denver and those offers would be piled on by Idaho State, Eastern Washington and eventually Boise State. Tyson also received some interest from other schools and he did take a visit to Washington State to participate in an

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