Posted On: 06/3/21 12:32 AM

As strange as this year has been for high school basketball players, we have seen some young players start their high school careers out strong. Making the varsity team is a huge accomplishment and for some young players they are making the most of the opportunity. Here are a few stand out freshman all over the state of Washington. 

Tre Walker

Walker is a freshman from Wilson High school in Tacoma who is scoring 16.7 points per game. Scoring a season high of 21 points Wilson is proving just how much he belongs on the court. This young man has been a huge part of his team now being undefeated on the season. Wilson will be a player to keep your eye on over the next few years as he leads the state in scoring as a freshman. 

Eddie Klatush 

Klatush is a 5'11 point guard from Oakville High School who is scoring 15.3 points per game and adding 6.4 assists. With a slow start to the season Klatush has really turned it around having multiple games with double digit assists. He is a young point guard who understands the game and plays at a high level. He also fills

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