Posted On: 05/12/19 12:30 AM

Washington's 2020 class has been heralded for its post players. The 2020 class has a lot of top heavy talent at the forward and center positions, but the 2021 brings a lot more depth and versatility from top to bottom. Many of these prospects are completely under the radar, or haven't quite blown up yet on the recruiting scene, but we are one step ahead at Prep Girls Hoops!

Sophomore Forward/Center Prospects, Part 2:

2021 6'4 C Sharayah Johnson (Lincoln HS/Tacoma Takeover) - A very strong left handed post player that is a load inside the paint. She establishes her post position well and really prefers to use her strong hand. Sharayah is most effective in the half court game. *Feature image

2021 6'0 PF Lexi Hernandez (Lynden Christian HS/NW Blazers) - Hard working forward with a bit of inside-out presence with her versatility. Competes every possession and understands how to play the game. Older sister will be a freshman at SDSU next Fall.

2021 6'0 PF Jaimyn Sides (Mt. Spokane HS) - The Lewis and Clark transfer played behind a loaded front court at LC last high school season, but she showed a lot of promise in her time

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