The first round of voting has wrapped up for Scorebook Live's 32-player bracket to determine the best Washington high school boys basketball player over the past 20 years.
Scroll down to view the opening round results for the Pepple Region:
Ed Pepple is the state’s all-time winningest coach with 952 wins, most coming at Mercer Island, with four state titles.
(1) MICHAEL PORTER JR. VS. (8) BROCK RAVET
Porter Jr. (Nathan Hale, 2017)
"Only played one year in the state at Nathan Hale but was absolutely dominant in leading them to an undefeated season. A skilled and versatile wing who can do it all. Currently in the NBA with the Denver Nuggets."
Ravet (Kittitas, 2019)
"Three consecutive state B titles at Kititas while becoming the all-time leading scorer in the state before it was broken this past season. He started his college career at Gonzaga but left before playing a game. Will keep an eye out for where he lands next."
(4) AVERY BRADLEY VS. (5) PEYTON SIVA
Bradley (Bellarmine Prep, 2008*)
"A tremendous point guard from Tacoma's Bellarmine Prep (who left the state after his junior year). Went on to Texas before embarking on a lengthy and successful career in the NBA."
Siva (Franklin, 2009)
"As tough and quick as they come. Helped lead Franklin to a state title before heading to Louisville where he won a national title. Played in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons for a short stint but currently a star in the Euroloeague."