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Rankings for the Class of 2018

by Transition Hoops Report

And now the up and comers. The Class of 2018 is heavily located in the state of Washington. However, there are some guys in the Honorable Mention category that may have something to say about that this spring. Looking forward to getting a good look at all of them in the next month.

#1 – J'raan Brooks (6’8 PF Garfield HS, WA)

#2 – CJ Elleby (6’5 PG Cleveland HS, WA)

#3 – Andrew Kenny (6’5 SG Bellevue HS, WA)

#4 – Kevin Porter (6’4 SF Raineir Beach HS, WA)

#5 – Jacob Medjo (6’5 PF Bothell HS, WA)

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#6 – Devin Culp (6’5 SF Shadle Park HS, WA)

#7 – Immanuel Allen (6’1 SF Lakeridge HS, OR)

#8 – Nicholas Lynch (6’9 C Seattle Prep HS, WA)

#9 – Braeden Wilson (6’5 SF Lewiston HS, ID)

#10 – Kelson Eiselein (6’5 PF Roundup HS, MT)

Honorable Mention (in alphabetical order)

Daxton Carr (6’5 PF Highland HS, ID)

Garrett Crane (6’3 SG Highland HS, ID) 

Jalen Galloway (6’5 PF Mountain View HS, ID)

Kamaka Hepa (6'8 PF Jefferson HS, OR)

Jacob Hjort (6’1 PG Columbia River HS, WA)

Trey Johnson (6’4 PF Hillcrest HS, ID)

Collin Kelley (6’4 PF Davis HS, WA)

Philip Pepple (6’7 C Shorecrest HS, WA)

Jacob Phennings (6’6 SF Post Falls HS, ID)

Hunter Ranstrom (6’4 SG Rocky Mountain HS, ID)

TJ Reynolds (6’5 PF Shelby HS, MT)

Max Rice (6’3 SG Bishop Kelly HS, ID)

Naje' Smith (6’6 Lewis and Clark HS, WA)

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