Fitterer Region: Vote for the best high School basketball player of the 21st Century (1st round)

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:

FITTERER REGION

Pat Fitterer amassed 728 wins at four stops, second-most in state history. His 1996 Sehome squad one of best all-time.

MORE REGIONS: ED PEPPLE REGION | AL HAIRSTON REGION | MAC FRASER REGION

FIRST-ROUND MATCHUPS

(1) AARON BROOKS VS. (8) DEREK RAIVIO

Dickau’s details:

Brooks, Franklin (2003)
“Possibly the quickest guard in the state since Jason Terry.  Won a state title at Franklin as a McDonald’s All-American before going to Oregon and then having very long NBA career.”

Raivio, Mountain View (2003)
“Before partnering with Adam Morrison to form a tremendous backcourt at Gonzaga with deep NCAA Tournament runs, he was a scoring standout at Mountain View High School in Vancouver. Had as good of a handle and quick trigger as anyone in the bracket.”

VOTE:

(4) ZACH LAVINE VS. (5) JOSHUA SMITH

Dickau’s details:

LaVine, Bothell (2013)
“Supreme athlete who could really shoot it – played at Bothell High School before heading to UCLA.  Left after one season and with his work ethic has carved out and incredible NBA career.”

Smith, Kentwood (2010)
“Six-foot-ten big man and McDonald’s All-American – with ballerina footwork. Led Kentwood to the 4A title as a senior in 2010 (23.2 points, 15.0 rebounds a game). Went on to play in college at UCLA and Georgetown before finishing off his career with the Houston Rockets G-League affiliate, the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.”

VOTE:

(3) JON BROCKMAN VS. (6) TONY WROTEN

Dickau’s details:

Brockman, Snohomish (2005)
“Big man from Snohomish may have been the most terrifying assignment in the state for opposing bigs because of his size, strength and relentless effort.  Went to UW before a lengthy NBA career.”

Wroten, Garfield (2011)
“An athletic and big left-handed guard who was always in attack mode.  Played one season at UW before leaving for the NBA.”

VOTE:

(2) ADAM MORRISON VS. (7) TERRENCE WILLIAMS

Dickau’s details:

Morrison, Mead (2003)
Led Mead High School in Spokane to a state title game appearance (37 points vs. Franklin) before losing to Aaron Brooks (38 points) and Franklin in 2003.  He became an instant contributor at Gonzaga and shared National Player of Year awards in 2006 with the Zags.  NBA career included 2 NBA titles with the Los Angeles Lakers.”

Williams, Rainier Beach (2005)
“Rainier Beach has had some high flyers, but none more explosive than Williams. The Vikings’ guard won a 3A title in 2003 before going on to play for Rick Pitino and Louisville – and then picked No. 11 overall in the 2009 NBA Draft.”

VOTE:

MORE FIRST-ROUND MATCHUPS:

ED PEPPLE REGION | AL HAIRSTON REGION | MAC FRASER REGION

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