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Our countdown of Dan Dickau's Elite 11 Washington high school boys basketball players continues with Olympia forward Jackson Grant, who comes in at No. 2.

Grant, a 6-foot-11 junior, is long and athletic and has NBA 3-point range. Grant committed to the University of Washington in November.

Here's more on Grant:

Over the last two weeks, we have unveiled Dickau's Elite 11 Washington high school boys basketball players. The Elite 11 spans all classifications and is based on last season's performance, offseason observations and conversations with coaches.


No. 11: John Hart, Rainier Beach guard

No. 10: John Christofilis, O'Dea shooting guard

No. 9: Mitchell Saxen, Ingraham forward

No. 8: Kaden Perry, Battle Ground forward

No. 7: Liam Lloyd, Gonzaga Prep shooting guard

No. 6: Tyson Degenhart, Mt. Spokane forward

No. 5: Tari Eason, Federal Way forward

No. 4: Nolan Hickman, Eastside Catholic point guard

No. 3: Jabe Mullins, Mount Si guard

No. 2: Jackson Grant, Olympia forward

No. 1: Paolo Banchero, O'Dea forward