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SBS 2023-24 Pre-Season Boys Rankings

SBS Top 10 Seattle Metro league 3A Team

  1. Garfield HS(Seattle)
  2. O’Dea HS(Seattle)
  3. Eastside Catholic HS(Sammamish)
  4. Rainier Beach HS(Seattle)
  5. West Seattle HS(Seattle)
  6. Nathan Hale HS(Seattle)
  7. Seattle Prep HS(Seattle)
  8. Ballard HS(Seattle)
  9. Lakeside HS(Seattle)
  10. Ingraham HS(Seattle)

SBS Top 10 3A Teams

  1. Garfield HS(Seattle)
  2. O’Dea HS(Seattle)
  3. Auburn HS
  4. Bellevue HS
  5. Mt.Spokane(Mead)
  6. Eastside Catholic HS(Sammamish)
  7. Shorecrest HS(Shoreline)
  8. Mountlake Terrace HS
  9. Rainier Beach HS(Seattle)
  10. Timberline HS(Lacy)

SBS Top 10 4A Teams

  1. Curtis HS(University Place)
  2. Oympia HS
  3. Federal Way HS
  4. Gonzaga Prep HS(Spokane)
  5. Mount Si HS(Snoqualmie
  6. Camas HS
  7. Skyline HS(Sammimish)
  8. Richland HS
  9. Davis HS(Yakima)
  10. Tahoma HS

SBS Top 10 2A Teams

  1. Lynden HS
  2. Mark Morris HS(Longview)
  3. Pullman HS
  4. Tumwater HS
  5. Prosser HS
  6. North Kitsap HS(Poulsbro)
  7. R.A. Long HS(Longview)
  8. Enumclaw HS
  9. Renton HS
  10. Sehome HS(Bellingham)

SBS Top 10 1A Teams

  1. Lynden Christian HS
  2. King’s HS(Shoreline)
  3. Toppenish HS
  4. Zillah HS
  5. Blaine HS
  6. Overlake HS(Redmond)
  7. Annie Wright HS(Tacoma)
  8. Freeman HS(Rockford)
  9. Seattle Academy HS(Seattle)
  10. Seton Catholic HS(Vancouver)

SBS Top 10 2B

  1. Davenport HS
  2. Brewster HS
  3. Columbia River HS
  4. Lake Roosevelt HS
  5. LRSW HS
  6. Morton-White Pass HS
  7. Napavine HS
  8. Northwest Christian HS
  9. Adna HS
  10. Wahkiakum HS

SBS Top 10 1B

  1. Wellpinit HS
  2. Sunnyside Christian HS
  3. Willapa Valley HS
  4. Mossyrock HS
  5. DeSales HS
  6. Orcas Island HS
  7. Cusick HS
  8. Moses Lake Christian HS
  9. Lummi Nation HS
  10. Oakville HS

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HS Boys Top Players

2022, 2023, 2024


Rankings based on high school performance, academics, attitude, college potential, basketball skills, athletic ability and work ethic. Rankings will change throughout the season. For player in-depth info of the Top 50 players of Washington State HS Boys Classes 2022, 2023, 2024, you must be a college coach and subscribe to Seattle basketball Services.


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    2022 Boys Top 200 Players

    1. Koren Johnson, 6’3 PG/SG, Garfield HS (University of Washington)
    2. Tyler Linhardt, 6’7 PF, Western Reserve, OH HS (University of Washington)
    3. Maleek Arrington, 6’3 PG, Auburn HS (WSU, Montana, CWU, SPU)
    4. Tyler Bilodeau, 6’8 PF, Kamiakin HS (Oregon St. University)
    5. Braedon Smith, 5’10 PG, Seattle Prep HS (Colgate University)
    6. Jayden Stevens, 6’7 F, Gonzaga Prep HS (Oregon State, EWU, Cal Poly, PO St.)
    7. Quin Patterson, 6’5 SG, Mount Si HS (University of San Diego)
    8. Tre Blassingame, 6’5 SG, Auburn HS (WSU, USD, Santa Clara, LB St.)
    9. Jaxon Nap, 6’6 SG, Hazen HS (Montana)
    10. Tyler Mrus, 6’6 SF, Seattle Prep HS
    11. Isaiah Watts, 6’4 SG, West Seattle HS (EWU, CSI)
    12. Z’Maurion Holmes, 6’4 SG/SF, Rainier Beach HS
    13. Kamal Muhammad, 6’7 PF, Lakeside HS
    14. Kenzell Massey, 6’7 SG/SF, Garfield HS
    15. Jordan Hansen, 6’7 SG, Kings Christian HS (Idaho St. University)
    16. Kaden Hansen, 5’11 PG, Auburn HS (St.Martins University)
    17. Cam Robinson, 6’9 PF, Garfield HS
    18. Jalen Barbee, 6’5 SF, Elite Prep
    19. Jalen Johnson, 6’3 PG/SG, BFL Prep
    20. Jonas La Tour, 6’5 SG, North Kitsap HS
    21. Asjon Anderson, 6’1 PG, Mount Tahoma HS
    22. Takeo Sylvester, 6’1 PG/SG, O’DEA HS
    23. William Woodward, 6’7 SF, Eastlake HS (UW Baseball)
    24. Bennett O’Connor, 5’10 PG, Mount Si HS (Point Loma University)
    25. Joshua Wood, 6’3 SG, Graham-Kapowsin HS
    26. Andrew Hommes, 6’6 SG, Lynden Christian HS
    27. Rafael Justice, 5’11 PG, Garfield HS
    28. Dae’kwon Watson, 5’11 PG, Auburn HS
    29. Ja’Von Ervin, 6’4 SG, Elite Prep
    30. Cobi Campbell, 6’2 PG, Elite Prep
    31. Dennis Kurdic, 6’7 PF, Ingraham HS
    32. Cooper Church, 6’9 C, Tahoma HS
    33. Jordan Hansen, 6’6 G, Kings HS
    34. Elijah Johnson, 5’10 PG, Shorecrest HS
    35. Kaeden Mcglothin, 6’6 SF/PF, Stanwood HS
    36. Jackson Harty, 6’10 SF/PF, West Valley HS
    37. Louis Grante-Halliday, 6’5 PF, Eastside Catholic HS
    38. Derek Kramer, 6’10 PF, Elite Prep
    39. Mo Jackson, 6’7 SG, Eastside Catholic HS
    40. Dirk Plakinger, 6’4 SF, W.F. West HS
    41. Tremaine Guidry, 6’0 PG, Garfield HS
    42. Cameron Holliway, 6’5 SG/SF, Mount Si HS
    43. Trey Arland, 6’6 SG, Kamiakin HS
    44. Aaron Ofstun, 6’8 PF, Long HS
    45. Logan Stempniak, 6‘7 SF/PF, Kentwood HS
    46. Cooper Brown, 6‘3 PG, Eastlake HS
    47. Lucas Meissner, 6‘7 SG, Bellevue Christian HS
    48. Owen Moriarty, 6’1 PG/SG, O’DEA HS
    49. John Barbee, 6‘1 PG/SG, Franklin Pierce HS
    50. Dandre White, 6‘1 PG, Cleveland HS
    51. Russell Macfarlane, 6‘9 PF, ODEA HSS
    52. Carson Talbert, 6‘7 PF, Tahoma HS
    53. Dyland Darling, 6‘2 PG, Central Valley HS
    54. Tayon Sessoms, 6‘2 PG, West Seattle HS
    55. Benjamin Nyquist, 6‘3 SG, Lake Washington HS
    56. Logan Britt, 6‘4 SG, Seattle Academy
    57. Aiden Almstead, 6’5 SG, North Kitsap HS
    58. Robert Siebers, 6‘3 SF, Glacier Peak HS
    59. Jordan Tate, 6’5 SF, Juanita HS
    60. Nate Harding, 6’1 PG, Cheland HS
    61. Gabriel Tinsley, 6’7 SG, Rogers HS
    62. Trayce Atkins, 6’0 PG, Ferris HS
    63. Turner Livingston, 6’2 SG, West Valley HS
    64. Evan Eschels, 6’5 SF, Union HS
    65. Bryson Metz, 5‘9 PG, Union HS (University of Vanguard)
    66. Josiah Guynes, 6‘6 PF, Nathan Hale HS
    67. Ethan Martin, 6‘0 PG, Arlington HS
    68. Isaiah Steward, 6’2 PG/SG, Foster HS
    69. Bradley Tharp, 6’4 SG, Jackson HS
    70. Josh Conerly, 6‘6 C, Rainier Beach HS
    71. Nic Ferencko, 5’11 PG, Bellarmine Prep HS
    72. Mack Hepper, 6’1 PG, Stanwood HS
    73. Carson Frawley, 6’6 SG, Camas HS
    74. Taien Jackson, 6’3 SG, Chief Sealth HS
    75. Raysean Seamster, 6’6 F, Roosevelt HS
    76. Kai Cannady, 5’10 PG, Shorecrest HS
    77. Denis Kadiric, 6‘8 SF, Ingraham HS
    78. Ryan Brush, 6‘6 SG, Bellevue HS (Macalester College)
    79. Luke white, 6‘3 SF, Redmond HS
    80. Neven Marinkovic, 6‘4 SF, Seattle Prep HS
    81. Tommy Hanley, 6’1 PG, Bellarmine Prep HS
    82. Isaac looker, 6‘2 SG, Rogers HS
    83. JT Collins, 6‘2 SG, Ingraham HS
    84. Danilo Petrovic, 6‘5 SF, Roosevlt HS
    85. Wyatt Dunning, 6‘5 SF/PF, Port Angeles HS
    86. Jaelin Green, 6‘6 PF, Rainier Beach HS
    87. Porter Hill, 6‘4 SF, Union HS
    88. Jack O’Hearn, 6‘2 PG/SG, Kings Christian HS
    89. Steffan Gale, 6‘4 SF/PF, Mt.Tahoma HS
    90. Lareel Stewart, 6‘3 PG, Kentridge HS
    91. Sarbatt Singh, 6‘2 G, Mount Rainier HS
    92. Donovan Franklin, 6‘5 F, Rogers HS
    93. Joshua Coacher, 6‘6 SF, Ballard HS
    94. Daniel Wondie, 6‘3 SG, Sealth HS
    95. Kindrick Aragon, 6‘3 SG, Union HS
    96. Dreylin Decuire, 6‘0 PG, Federal Way HS
    97. Samuel Kelly, 7‘0 C, Hockinson School
    98. Jacob Shaffer, 5’11 PG, Mount Si HS
    99. Jamare Childs, 6‘2 PG, Kennedy HS
    100. AJ Newcomb, 6‘3 SG, Ferris HS
    101. Ryan Tron, 6‘0 PG, Mt.Tahom HS
    102. Ian Macpherson, 6‘2 PG, Ballard HS
    103. Cole Thomas, 6‘4 SF, Blaine HS
    104. Darius Williams, 6‘3 SF, Federal Way HS
    105. Jai Ihedioha, 6‘6 PF, Garfield HS
    106. Kody Kasper, 5’10 PG, Tahoma HS
    107. Tom Nash, 6‘6 SF, Bellevue HS
    108. Jeshua Hardie, 6‘3 SG, Yelm HS
    109. Ty Edwards, 6‘7 SG, Sumner HS
    110. Marvin Gamble, 6‘3 SG, Federal Way HS
    111. Henry Wiggins, 6‘3 SG, Bellarmine Prep HS
    112. Ethan Canion, 6‘4 SG, Sumner HS
    113. Asher Raquiza, 6‘1 PG/SG, Gig Harbor HS
    114. Ben Hunter, 6‘0 PG, Emerald Ridge HS
    115. Peyton Wing, 6‘1 PG, Sumner HS
    116. Marcus Douglas, 5’10 PG, Peninsula HS
    117. Trent Williams, 6‘2 SG, Curtis HS
    118. Miles Dawson, 6‘0 PG, O’DEA HS
    119. Lemarion Felder, 5’10 PG, Garfield HS
    120. Jordan Medcal, 6‘3 SF, Lynden HS
    121. Ray Ray Bergersen, 6‘2 SG, Ferris HS
    122. Christopher Clark, 6‘1 PG, Mercer Island HS
    123. Cooper Brown, 6‘3 PG, Eastlake HS
    124. Spencer Barnes, 6‘0 PG, Rogers HS
    125. Kobe Smith, 6‘3 SG, Ferris HS
    126. William Shoesmith, 6‘6 C, Redmond HS
    127. Ruot Deng, 6‘4 SF, Edmonds-Woodway HS
    128. Hale Burgess, 6‘4 SF, Eastside Catholic HS
    129. Adonial Daniel, 6‘2 SG, Edmonds-Woodway HS
    130. Rahmatullah Salim, 6‘3 SG, Shorewood HS
    131. Rishi Sharma, 6‘5 PF, Skyline HS
    132. Dyllan Hoffman, 6‘3 SF, Seattle Prep HS
    133. Andrew Jensen, 6‘3 SF, Cedar Park Christian School
    134. Brady Dean, 6‘3 SF, Lake washington HS
    135. Noah Mont, 6‘4 SG, Bellevue HS
    136. Seamus Albert, 6‘3 SG, Seattle academy
    137. Sayerr Senghore, 6‘4 SF, Woodinville HS
    138. Drew Kraxberger, 6‘6 C, Lake Stevens HS
    139. Jared Pitt, 6‘5 SF, Lincoln HS
    140. Kindrick Argon, 6‘3 SG, Union HS
    141. Devon Nehring, 6‘5 C, Shorecrest HS
    142. Zachary Meyer, 6‘4 SG, Kamiak HS
    143. Alec Roland, 6‘4 PF, Ferris HS
    144. Dylan lettice, 5’11 PG, Lake Washington HS
    145. Jake Wendover, 6‘2 SG, Woodinville HS
    146. Cooper Smith, 6‘2 SG, Lake Washington HS
    147. Nate Alessi, 5’10 PG, Sammamish HS
    148. Ari Kothari, 6‘1 PG, Interlake HS
    149. Dunkan Nguye, 5’11 PG, Interlake HS
    150. Jaelen Tatum, 6‘4 SF, Chief Sealth HS
    151. Messiah Alefaio, 5’10 PG, Chief Sealth HS
    152. Raymond RO, 6‘0 PG, North Creek HS
    153. Yoel Kintzer, 6‘1 PG, Northwest Yeshiva HS
    154. Grayson Hunt, 6‘8 C, Pullman HS
    155. Caden Rubright, 6‘4 SG, Gonzaga Prep HS
    156. Taylor Wells, 6‘5 SG, Freeman HS
    157. Ben Wiliams, 6‘1 PG, Auburn HS
    158. Benjamin Snider, 5’11 PG, Archbishop Murphy HS
    159. Jeffrey Anymiah, 6‘0 PG, Mountlake Terrace HS
    160. Scotty Baldwin, 6‘0 PG, Blaine HS
    161. Quin Goldsmith, 6‘5 SG, Freeman HS
    162. Will Kennedy, 6‘0 PG/SG, University HS
    163. Jesse Goran, 6‘0 PG, Seattle Academy
    164. Hayden Wong, 6‘5 SF, Skyline HS
    165. Aiden Rudloff, 5’11 PG, Auburn HS
    166. Hale Burgess, 6‘3 SF, Eastside Catholic HS
    167. Canon Sanders, 6‘2 PG, Shorewood HS
    168. Parker Smith, 6‘1 SF, Bellevue HS
    169. Ayden Knapik, 6‘6 C, Kennewick HS
    170. Kade Smith, 6‘2 SG, Chiawana HS
    171. Cole Stevens, 5’11 PG, Skyline HS
    172. Dillon Wasser, 6‘0 PG, Walla Walla HS
    173. Andrew Klarich, 5’10 PG, Skyline HS
    174. Stepehn Behil, 6‘5 SF, Camas HS
    175. Clayton Bell, 5‘9 PG, Auburn HS
    176. Michael Frost Jr., 6‘3 SG, Kelso HS
    177. Carson Lanz, 6‘3 SF, Trout Lake HS
    178. Johnnie Jones, 5’11 PG, Camas HS
    179. Trenton Walters, 6‘0 SG, Walla Walla HS
    180. Ezeliel Lin, 5’10 PG, Hanford HS
    181. Colton Looney, 6‘6 SF, Skyview HS
    182. Kaleb Storaci, 6‘1 SG, Skyview HS
    183. Thomas Flynn, 6‘7 C, Cedar Park Christian HS
    184. Cameron English, 6‘5 SF, Cedra Park Christian HS
    185. JT Fenz, 6‘2 PG, Ellensburg HS
    186. Cade Gibson, 5’11 PG, Ellensburg HS
    187. Justin Brown, 6‘2 PG, Southridge HS
    188. Tyler No, 6‘2 SG, Timberline HS
    189. Deshonne Royster, 5’11 PG, Rainier Beach HS
    190. Key’Shawn Mitchell, 6‘2 SF, Rainier Beach HS
    191. Nick Strecker, 6‘0 PG/SG, Mansion HS
    192. Jace Allred, 6‘1 SG, Royal HS
    193. Nolan Martin, 5’11 SG, kamiak HS
    194. Dayne Ziegler, 5’10 PG, Royal HS
    195. Axel Ytaina, 6‘1 PG, Cushing Academy
    196. Alden Fay, 5’10 PG, Columbia River HS
    197. Hayden Rose, 6‘6 SF, Prairie HS
    198. Carson Knight, 6‘4 PF, Ridgefield HS
    199. Jack Allen, 6‘1 PG, Cedar Park Christian
    200. Andrew Fortney, 6‘7 C, Roosevelt HS


  • 2023 Boys Top 110 Players

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    1. Jaylin Stewart, 6‘7 SG, Garfield HS (UCONN)
    2. Brooklyn Hicks, 6’4  PG/SG, Timberline HS (UNLV)
    3. Mason Williams, 6’4 PG, O’DEA HS (EWU)
    4. Christian King, 6’7 SG, Seattle Prep HS (University of Washington)
    5. Malek Gamma, 6’8 PF, Elite Prep (Seattle University)
    6. Milles Heide, 6’9 C, Mount Si HS (San Diego State University)
    7. Cavin Holden, 6’3 SG, RA Long HS (EWU, Idaho, Cornell)
    8. Cayden Mcdaniel, 6‘3 SG, Silas HS (Portland State University, Oregon St.)
    9. Tyce Paulsen, 6’4 PG, Curtis HS (Cal Baptist University)
    10. Gavin Marrs, 6’9 PF, Ellensburg HS (Oregon State University)


  • 2024 Boys Top 100 Players

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    1. Zoom Diallo, 6’3 PG, Curtis HS (Kansas,  UCLA,  USC,  Arizona,  Stanford,  Cal,  Oregon,  Gonzaga,  Florida State,  San Diego St.,  LSU)
    2. Miles Goodman, 6’10 PF/C, O’DEA HS (UW,  Colorado,  UCLA,  Montana,  San Diego St.,  Cal Poly,  Fresno St.,  San Francisco,  Southern Utah, Houston)
    3. Jacob Cofie, 6’9 SF/PF, Eastside Cathoic HS (UW,  WSU,  Montana,  Colorado,  UNLV)
    4. Luke Westerfield, 6’10 C, Richland HS
    5. Hunter Carter, 6’4 PG/SG, Anne Wright HS
    6. Ryan Lafferty, 6’5 PG/SG.Mt.Spokane HS (Idaho St. University)
    7. Jamari Harris, 6’5 SF, Kentridge HS
    8. Peter Dress, 6’5 SG, Kamaikin HS
    9. Ajayi Simmons, 6’8 SF/PF, Renton HS
    10. Kofi Peyton, 6’4 SF, Federal Way HS

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