Posted On: 03/8/21 12:43 PM

The Hoop-Source National Championship took place at Arizona Grand Resort showcasing over 300 high school teams from all over the country. Over the course of three days, six Washington State High School teams took the court with the Seattle Friends of Hoop program winning the championship in the 17U Division and Seattle Rotary winning the 15U division. This article highlights some of Washington’s State’s best scoring guards.

Noah Pepper Noah Pepper 6'4" | SG Selah | 2021 State WA Sr. 6’5" SG Selah High School

Pepper is a 3 level scorer, although he is known for his 3pt shooting. He uses his size very well to create mismatches and takes advantage of smaller guards. Pepper is a flat-out scorer who is receiving interest from D-2 and D-3.

Tyce Paulson Soph. 6’4" CG Curtis High School

Paulson’s deadly shooting and crafty handles were on display again. He uses his change of pace so well in the open court that it allows him to showcase his passing ability. High major prospect with offers from Cal Poly, Eastern Washington, and Montana State.


Brooklyn Hicks Brooklyn Hicks 6'3" | CG Timberline | 2023 State #100 Nation WA Soph. 6’3" CG Timberline High School


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