A look at five boys and five girls players who could make a big impact in the Class 4A state tournament.
Brittany McPhee, Mount Rainier
6-0, Jr., F, 26.8 ppg
A terror at both ends of court, and biggest reason Rams are ranked No. 1.
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Brooke Pahukoa, Lake Stevens
5-9, Sr., G, 19.6 ppg
One of school’s all-time best gives Vikings title hopes.
Jade Redmon, Mead
5-9, Sr., G, 15.2 ppg
Ultra competitor has high basketball IQ.
Haley Smith, Skyline
6-1, Sr., G/W, 12.4 ppg
Colorado getting well-rounded player with big upside.
Otiona Gildon, Gonzaga Prep
6-0, So., P, 14.9 ppg
Might be most athletic player in tournament.
Zach LaVine, Bothell
6-4, Sr., G, 28.8 ppg
Natural scorer can shoot from anywhere. UCLA signee is ESPN’s 50th-best senior.
Jason Todd, Jackson
6-5, Jr., G/F, 22.2 ppg
One of state’s most complete players; excellent defender.
Tucker Haymond, Garfield
6-6, Sr., G, 18 ppg
Western Michigan signee scored 39 in last meeting against Bothell.
Dominic Robinson, Curtis
5-9, Sr., G, 15 ppg
Good shooter was all-area selection by Tacoma News Tribune.
Terry Dawn, Arlington
6-5, Sr., G, 19.5 ppg
Scored season-high 29 Saturday against Bellarmine Prep.