Posted On: 06/22/20 12:44 AM

Two of Washington’s top college prospects, Haley HuardHaleyHuard6'1" | SGEastlake | 2021StateWA and her sister Macey HuardMaceyHuard6'1" | SGStateWA, are moving out of state. This is big news as each of them are ranked in the top five in the state for their respective class. Haley ranks as the number four prospect in Washington’s 2021 class and her sister Macey is currently ranked at number five for the 2023 class.

Both are 6’1 shooting guards with good potential as college prospects. The elder sister, Haley, already holds multiple Division 1 offers, but she remains uncommitted at this time. Macey is on several Division 1 school’s radars and has a chance to be the best hooper out of a competitive household that houses former Puyallup High School basketball standout, Brock Huard, who would go on to star in the NFL, and the girls’ mother, Molly (Hills) Huard who played at the University of Washington. Macey averaged nearly 30 points per game in her freshman season at Bear Creek and Haley is a 4A state champion from her sophomore season at Eastlake High School.

The family will be moving to Colorado and the Huard girls will be attending west coast girls basketball powerhouse, Valor Christian. The Head Coach, Jessika Caldwell, played for four years at Baylor University, serving as a team captain for two years. The Huards will join the number 35 nationally ranked recruit (2022 Prep Girls Hoops), 6’3 Raegan BeersRaeganBeers6'3" | PFValor Christian | 2022State#35NationCO. Valor Christian is coming off of a 25-2 record and runner-up finish in Colorado’s 5A classification.

As far as club ball goes, Haley (feature image) will play her final club season with Keith Van Horn’s Colorado Premier 17u Nike EYBL team and Macey will star for the 16u EYBL team.