Posted On: 11/24/20 2:10 PM

Tacoma, WA - The State of Washington has become a hotbed for hoops talent. Over the last few years, the Evergreen State has produced countless high school stars. The class of 2021 may be one of the best in recent memory, featuring high major guys like  Kaden Perry (Gonzaga),  Jackson Grant (University of Washington), and Paolo Banchero (Duke). Ready to follow in those footsteps is Isaiah CunninghamIsaiahCunningham6'2" | WGWA, a dynamic 6-foot-2 PG from Tacoma. With long arms, athleticism, and an advanced skill set, Cunningham has the physical traits to translate into a top tier prospect.

I recently spoke with his father Marlow to check in on how the young PG’s development was going.

"When it comes to his strengths, it’s all about his quick first step, pull up jumper, and ballhandling, He’s also a very good on-ball defender," Marlow said.

Cunningham, who typically plays with Tacoma-based Gametime started playing competitively in the 3rd grade. He recently made a guest appearance with the San Diego Prospects to stay sharp during the quarantine period in Washington. The 14-year-old PG stands at 6’2 and wears a size 16 shoe, when you combine that with his incredibly long arms, another

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