Posted On: 07/21/21 1:18 AM

Perhaps the story of the NW Live Summer Regional was the fact that some early scholarship offers were made. And in the case of Brayden Boe, a really early one. The all-around 6-foot-3 combo guard certainly played well during the event and has established himself as one the top players in the Class of 2025. He played well enough to attract the attention of one college coach to give him his very first college offer.

"It was great to get an offer from the University of Portland," Boe said. "It's nice that the coaching staff believes in me and I'm going to keep working hard."

Boe earned the offer from Portland head coach Shantay Legans after the latter spotted him playing with the Oregon Prospects 2025 squad. It's a team that played up an age level at the tournament in 15U and did well.

"It was just good to play against good competition and get to know the guys on this team," Boe said. "We're kind of a new team and it was good to get the chemistry up, play with the guys, and have fun."

During the tournament, Boe was dominant. There's no question he currently has a physical

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