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The Best of 2018

by Transition Hoops Report

It’s amazing how big a difference a year can make. Two of the players in the top 3 and four of the players in the top 10 weren’t even on the list the last time we did rankings (click here to see the previous list).  

So what does this all mean? Well, it means the talent in the northwest is growing and the top players are starting to separate themselves from the pack.

Class of 2018

#1 – Kamaka Hepa (6’9 SF Jefferson HS, OR)

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

#3 – Emmitt Matthews (6’7 SF Wilson HS, WA)

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

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

#6 – Erik Stevenson (6’4 SG Timberline HS, WA)

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

#8 – Khalil Chatman (6’7 PF Franklin HS, OR)

#9 – Jacob Medjo (6’8 PF Bothel HS, OR)

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

#11 – Daxton Carr (6’6 SF Highland HS, ID)

#12 – Philip Pepple (6’7 PF Shorecrest HS, WA)

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

#14 – Max Rice (6’3 SG Bishop Kelly HS, ID)

#15 – Naje' Smith (6’7 PF Lewis and Clark HS, WA)

#16 – Jalen Galloway (6’6 PF Mountain View HS, ID)

#17 – Immanuel Allen (6’3 SF Lakeridge HS, OR)

#18 – Carson Tuttle (5’10 PG Kamiak HS, WA)

#19 – Colby Kyle (6’7 PF Monroe HS, WA)

#20 – Keishon Dawkins (6’6 PF West Linn HS, OR)

Honorable Mention (In alphabetical order):

Khyree Armstead (6’3 PG Mountlake Terrace HS, WA)

Lucas Centeno (6’3 SG Boise HS, ID)

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

Derek Evers (6’5 PF Borah HS, ID)

Dawson Fowler (6’1 SG Belgrade HS, MT)

Braxton Hill (6’1 SG Anaconda HS, MT)

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

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

Brock Mackenzie (6’1 PG Eastside Catholic HS, WA)

Paul Pennington (5’8 PG Boise HS, ID)

TJ Reynolds (6’6 PF Shelby HS, MT)

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

What do you think? 

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