The following players have been selected for the WIBCA All-State Team: Tanner Toolson Tanner Toolson 6'4" | SG Union | 2020 State WA , Union – The senior blossomed into one of the best players and could not have asked…
The following players have been selected for the WIBCA All-State Team:
, Union – The senior blossomed into one of the best players and could not have asked for a better high school career. The 6-foot-5 Toolson has erupted throughout his last high school campaign, making himself known all across the Northwest. Toolson is receiving multiple Division 1 interests at the moment. Toolson is also the state’s Mr. Basketball winner.
, Gonzaga Prep – The Grand Canyon commit is a high IQ player who is consistent and continues to get better. Lloyd can really shoot the ball at a high level but also displays the ability to get to the rim. The 6-foot-5 guard will translate into a great collegiate player.
Brayden Quantrille, Glacier Peak – The 6-foot-2 guard is a hard-nosed player who can really get to the rim and finish through contact. Quantrille can is a great leader and can really run the offense and create for his teammates.
, Mount Si – Mullins is the 4A Player of the year. The St. Mary’s commit is easily one of the most skilled players in the state. Mullins can score the ball effectively at all three levels, making himself a hard player to contain. Following Jabe throughout his four years of high school, he has made astronomical growth in all areas of his game.
, Skyview – Gruhler is another player who has grown in all aspects of his game during his high school season. The 6-foot-5 wing is a winner who can really be a lockdown defender and a high-level offensive player. Gruhler is a Northwest Nazarene University Signee.
, Chiawana – DeWitt is an extremely versatile player at 6-foot-6. The senior is capable of defending multiple positions. DeWitt can really rack up rebounds and score the ball at ease, but he is very unselfish as he can create quality buckets for his teammates.
, Rogers – A great leader who gets it done both on and off the court. The lefty is a sniper from deep who can really stroke the ball with a high IQ. Do not be fooled, Barrett is crafty and can take it to the rack as well.
Ricky Bell, Mount Rainier – The 5-foot-10 guard ended his senior season with 18.6 points, 2.7 assists, 5 rebounds and 2.5 steals per contest. Bell is a shifty guard who will do anything to help his team get the win.
Brycen Dillworth, Todd Beamer – The senior was a very big player for the Titans. Dillworth is a crafty guard who knows how to finish around the rim, shoots the ball well and find the open man, especially in transition.
, West Valley – Turner is a 7-foot-1 center who is a big presence in the paint. The senior scored 11 points, dished out 2.6 assists, snatched 5 rebounds and blocked 1.6 shots in twenty-one games. The big man displays a soft touch around the rim with great court vision and can shoot the ball really well who his size.