Posted On: 09/11/19 9:34 AM

One of the better kept secrets in Southwest Washington may very well be Brad Lackey. The all-around 6-foot, 170-pound guard was a supporting cast member in Union High School's run to the 4A state tournament last season but his role will increase in 2019-20. Lackey spent the spring and summer getting ready and as a result, college programs have taken notice and his recruitment has blossomed as a result.

"The summer went really well, both with Union and with the Iron Athletic Sixers program," Lackey said. "We went to Anaheim for the live period and we played pretty well and with Union, our summer league went really well and we only lost three games with our full team."

An all-around guard who has a great feel for the game, he played both backcourt positions last season for Union and gave the Titans a great spark off of the bench. But with the graduation of Houston Combs and Ethan Smith, this upcoming year Lackey will move into the starting lineup and specifically to the point guard spot. To that end, that's what he focused on preparing himself for this off-season.

"I got used to being a lead guard," Lackey said. "I

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