Posted On: 05/19/20 4:57 PM

Continuing the series of prospects that were poised for breakout Spring seasons, I will now focus on the freshman of the 2023 class. In previous articles, I broke down which prospects in the 2022 and 2021 classes I felt would have raised their stock this Spring. The 2023 class in Washington has a solid amount of talent and potential and this Spring was going to provide media and college coaches a glimpse of what’s to come in this state. Without further ado, these are some of the freshman that were poised for a breakout Spring season. 

“Would’ve Been” Stock Risers:

Player: Kelson GebbersKelsonGebbers6'6" | SFBrewster | 2023WA

HS: Brewster

Club: FOH Seattle

2023 6’6 SF Kelson GebbersKelsonGebbers6'6" | SFBrewster | 2023WA is one of the state’s better prospects at this stage with his size and versatility at 6’6. Gebbers was good for over 13 points, 6 rebounds, 1.5 steals and 1 block per game, helping Brewster to a 25-3 record and 2b State Championship. Any freshman of that size that can come in and make an instant impact on a state title team is impressive and I believe this confidence would have carried over to the Spring with

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