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Where Washington high school’s top basketball players are headed to play in college (updated)

More than 30 Washington high school seniors have signed or committed to play college basketball next season, including Gonzaga Bulldogs commits Anton Watson (Gonzaga Prep) and Brock Ravet (Kittitas). The biggest name who has not signed is Federal Way 5-star forward Jaden McDaniels. He’s reportedly considering Washington, San Diego State, Kentucky and Texas.

The national signing period for NCAA Division I men’s and women’s college basketball starts April 17 and runs through May 15, but many of Washington’s top basketball prospects officially agreed to scholarships in November’s early signing period.

Here is an updated list of college-bound seniors from Washington who plan to play men’s and women’s college basketball next season. We will keep this list updated through May 15. If you know of any seniors who have signed or committed to play college basketball who are not on this list, please post in the comments or email ben@scorebooklive.com and we’ll add their name.

Charles Elzie, Bellarmine Prep High School

College of Idaho

Haley Hanson, Camas High School (No. 11, far right)

Northwest Nazarene

Clare Eubanks, Chiawana High School

Northwest Nazarene

Evan Dirksen, Columbia River High School

Menlo College (California)

Zack Paulsen, Curtis High School

Seattle Pacific


Steele Venters, Ellensburg High School

Eastern Washington University


Micah Pollard, Foss High School

Central Washington University

Eddie Turner, Garfield High School/St. Thomas More Prep School

Columbia

Anton Watson, Gonzaga Prep High School

Gonzaga University


Carter Sonneborn, Gonzaga Prep High School

Washington State University

Symone Brown, Kamiakin (on left)

Central Washington

Oumou Toure, Kamiakin (on right)

Butler University


Shaw Anderson, Kelso High School

Seattle Pacific

JaQuaya Miller, Kentridge High School

University of Washington

Brock Ravet, Kittitas High School

Gonzaga University

Taylor Stephens, La Center High School

Central Washington University


Griffin Effenberger, Lewis and Clark High School

Black Hills State University

Jacinta Buckley, Lewis and Clark High School

UNLV


Kaylee Bishop, Lewis and Clark High School

George Fox University

Clayton Whitman, Lynden High School

Seattle Pacific

Cole Bajema, Lynden Christian High School

University of Michigan

RaeQuan Battle, Marysville Pilchuk High School

University of Washington

Erica Nessan, Mead High School

Carroll College (Montana)

Aspyn Adams, Mt. Spokane High School

Loyola Marymount University

Emily Nelson, Mt. Spokane High School

Saint Martin’s


Jordan Rabe, Northwest Christian High School

Biola University


Dane Simpson, Northwest Christian High School

Multnomah University (Portland)


Noah Williams, O’Dea

University of Buffalo

Cassidy Gardner, Prairie High School

Portland State University

Brooke Walling, Prairie High School

Fresno State University

Kam Osborne, Prairie High School

Oregon Tech University

Nicole Gall, Richland High School (second from left, No. 22)

Eastern Washington University

Karli Oliver, Ridgefield High School

George Fox University

(Photo by Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)

Jacob Groves, Shadle Park High School

Eastern Washington University


Erik Farias, St. George’s High School

Chapman University

Ellie Salisbury, Sumner High School

Eastern Washington University

Beyonce Bea, Washougal High School

University of Idaho

Abdullahi Mohamed, West Seattle High School

Eastern Washington

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