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Posted On: 08/18/20 12:00 PM

Travel basketball for the rising seniors in the class of 2021 has been either non-existent or extremely low profile for prospects in the state of Washington. In an unfortunate set of circumstances, several players are going under the radar or having more low-key recruitment than they probably would have had there been a club season this Spring and Summer. High school basketball is also looking to be up in the air with the season "postponed" until January for the time being. In the first part of a running series, these are multiple prospects in the 2021 class that are underrated, overlooked and/or under recruited. *All of these prospects are ranked outside of the top 10 and are uncommitted 

2021 6’4 SG Noah PepperNoahPepper6'4" | SGSelah | 2021StateWA (Selah HS) - No one is deserving of more recruitment in the state than the small school All-State level player, Noah PepperNoahPepper6'4" | SGSelah | 2021StateWA. A mixture of strength, toughness, shooting ability and all around hustle in a sturdy 6’4 frame. Pepper has the attention of some smaller schools, but he could honestly fit in well at multiple different levels of college and bring similar impact to a program, because what he does will instantly translate.

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