Posted On: 09/25/19 1:14 PM

It is always easy to spot the big names when scouting any event. One of the more difficult challenges that requires a deeper look into the game being played is finding diamonds in the rough or players that really impact the game, without much adulation. Here are some of the most underappreciated, yet valuable players from the Washington Top 250 Expo. 

Top 250 Expo Diamonds in the Rough:

2021 6'4 F Charlie Dietiker (Issaquah HS) - Charlie plays a solid, rough and tough game by doing a lot of cleaning up on the boards and diving for loose balls. He is a strong two-footed leaper around the paint and can finish with some authority. He may be a bit of an undersized 4-man right now, but some college will still be able to utilize the physicality and effort he brings to the table. 

2022 6'5 F Tom Nash (Bellevue HS) - Runs the floor very well and plays longer than his height, with a plus wingspan. Tom can come up with a big block, rim run and finish with a dunk on the break. He has a bit of an unorthodox shot, but can actually hit the three

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