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2019 Recruiting: Brock Ravet commits to Gonzaga (updated)

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He is one of the biggest scorers in the state of Washington.

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Kittitas High School guard Brock Ravet has committed to Gonzaga, becoming the second member of the class of 2019.

Ravet led Kittitas High School to a Class 2B Washington state championship earlier this year, averaging 28.1 points per game and scoring 47 points in the championship game. It was quite the build off of his impressive freshman year campaign, where he led all the state of Washington in scoring at 32.9 points per game.

Kittitas High School resides right outside of Ellensburg in central Washington. This looks like a match made in heaven, as Ravet has grown up a huge Gonzaga fan.

For the last five years, Brock Ravet has played against John Stockton’s summer team and has gone to tournaments in Spokane. He has also worked out with former point guard Dan Dickau, solidifying his love for Gonzaga basketball.

“I’ve grown up watching them. Matt Bouldin was my favorite player,” Brock Ravet said. “My dad always jokes I play like him.”

Ravet is the second member of the class of 2019. After landing a verbal commit from Gonzaga Prep stand out Anton Watson earlier. Small town central-to-eastern Washington folks have long been the Gonzaga special, and no coaching staff has done a better job at realizing those players’ potential than Gonzaga’s. Ravet has dynamic handles for a sophomore and a quick trigger finger from long range.

He has already scored 1,000 points in his high school career and will go down in state history as one of the most prolific high school scorers. Presuming (which is always impossible at this point) that Joel Ayayi and Jesse Wade stay for all four years, Ravet will be able to join Watson as a dynamic backcourt for the next four years. Although Gonzaga has been relying on those brand name bigs for the past few years, the way the recruiting is going, it seems like we might be getting to a return to those Guard U days.