We’re taking an inside look at the top teams, best players, emerging X-factors and projected finish for each Class 4A boys basketball league around the state of Washington.
Here is a look at the 4A South Puget Sound League:
After losing two of its first three games to league opponents, Olympia has won 10 straight and is neck-and-neck atop the 4A SPSL with Puyallup, which it has already beaten by 16 points. Puyallup and Sumner round out the top-three, but can either take down the Bears in the second half of league play?
PLAYER TO WATCH
Jackson Grant, Olympia: There’s a reason University of Washington was so high on the 6-foot-10 forward. He can bang inside, stretch the floor and shoot the 3-ball.
KEEP AN EYE OUT FOR
Puyallup’s Cobi Campbell has been a knock-down shooter for years. But this year, he plays alongside junior Luke Holcomb and freshman Taki Uluilakepa (brother of Montana State commit and all-state linebacker Danny Uluilakepa) — all three sharpshooters from deep.