Posted On: 01/6/20 1:04 PM

The junior class in Washington is very strong top to bottom and there is plenty of talent to go around. It is one of those classes where double digit players should be moving on to the Division 1 level and around the same for the Division 2 level. This class has similar talent levels to the 2019 class from a few years ago that saw two dozen players end up at D1 and D2 schools. Despite the level and depth of talent, a handful of prospects at the very top of the class seem to be getting a majority of the attention, but there is much more talent that this state has to offer in the junior class. Four of the players that deserve more college attention include Noah Pepper, Haden Hicks, Isaac Ticeson and Garrett Long. 

2021 6'4 SG Noah Pepper (Selah HS)

Noah has strength rarely seen at the high school level, especially for only being a junior. He moves smaller and taller players out of his way and knows how to position his body to get his shots off. He appears to be built more like a forward, but he handles the ball and passes it very

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