Posted On: 08/23/19 12:40 AM

The strength of the 2021 class in Washington lies in its depth at the post position. A quick look at the rankings and it is clear to see there is so much size across the board considering the fact that Washington does not consistently produce tons of size year by year. Here are a handful of names to know and some specific standouts at the 4/5 position.

2021 Posts to Know:

6'2 PF Trista Hull (La Salle HS)

6'2 C Katie Thiers (Roosevelt HS)

5'10 PF Mia Hughes (Woodinville HS)

6'4 C Allie Andrew (Ridgefield HS)

6'3 C Samantha Skaggs (Bellevue Christian HS)

6'3 C Charity Hines (Steilacoom HS)

6'4 C Sharayah Johnson (Lincoln HS)

6'2 C Faith Bergstrom (Camas HS)

6'2 C Gillyan Landis (West Valley HS)


The list could actually go on and on if I included more solid 6'0 forwards, but this is a good start of names for college coaches to really be aware of. The junior class in Washington has more size than any other class top to bottom, but many of these players are just now starting to get their names out there to the college coaches. I would not be surprised to

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