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There is no question that the state of Washington has produced many college and NBA players. Most players have come from the Seattle/Tacoma area. The 2011 boys' high school class featured Tony Wroten Jr, Brett Kingma, Gary Bell, and DaVonte Lacy. Three of those players will attend a Pac-12 school next year.

The state is in good hands with many D1 prospects on the rise. Here is a rundown on the players in the area that should be taken seriously. Anrio Adams (2012) - A nicely-built combo guard with broad shoulders standing at 6-foot-3, Adams is the best player in the state. He is an attack-first guard who can get to the rim at will. The crafty guard also has good court vision. The future Garfield...

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