SEATTLE, Wa. -- Lost in the shuffle of the Porter Brothers and the national champion Nathan Hale squad was this phenomenal freshman with a smooth perimeter game. 2020 wing MarJon Beachamp will head to Garfield (WA), following coach Brandon Roy, in the fall and could soon explode onto the scene, if he hasn’t began to already.
This lanky wing is a smooth scorer from the perimeter, where he is an excellent shooter. His versatility on the perimeter stands out, as he can get to the rack and finish above the rim, facilitate for teammates, and play off the ball as a shooter. He currently stands around 6’4 and looks to still be growing. He’s a problem at 6’4, any more added height will have coaches drooling.
Washington has offered already, as have Seattle, Eastern Washington, and Cal Poly. More interest is sure to come from the Pac-12, as well as other schools across the nation as Beauchamp establishes himself as one of the West Coast’s best in 2020.
He is playing up an age group with the Northwest Panthers 16u (Avery Bradley’s AAU squad) on the Adidas Gold this spring and summer and has made an immediate impact as a rising sophomore. He screams potential and has a smooth game to go along with it. You’re going to hear a lot more about MarJon going forwards.
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