Posted On: 11/29/18 10:26 PM

High school season is here and there is a lot of excitement surrounding girls basketball. No one is probably more excited than the seniors who will have one last shot to leave a lasting legacy at their respective high schools. While "small ball" has become a huge topic in boys basketball, the bigs still reign supreme in girls basketball. The ability to alter shots, score inside and step out and hit the mid range jumper is still highly sought after for college coaches. The five senior forwards highlighted below are some of the best bigs Washington has to offer in the senior class.


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Erika Brumfield, 6'3, PF, W.F. West HS- The two time Olympian All-Area Selection and 2A State Champion averaged just under 13 points, 9 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game. While those stats are very solid, her impact does not always show up in the stat book. Her length and mobility at 6'3 are game changing on the defensive end. She may block 2-3 shots per game this year, but she will alter three times as many. After garnering multiple college offers, Brumfield decided Portland State University is where she belonged for the next

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