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Beach’s Bits: NW Summer Showcase, Pt. 1

Jaylen Nowell (Scout.com)

BELLEVUE - Despite the absence of some of the region’s best players, this year’s Northwest Premier Summer Showcase was oozing college prospects at all levels this past weekend at Bellevue College and in high school gyms all over the eastside. The depth of talent in the region is quite something and a far cry from just a year ago when there were few college prospects in attendance at all.

There are guards galore, from elite on down, and even a surprising amount of post prospects, especially at the mid major level. Tournament Notes: Rotary 16U is stacked. Seattle Rotary has consistently showcased the talents of some of the regions top players, but the current 16U squad looks special, even by their standards. As AAU teams go, this group of guys play well together, are unselfish...

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