Double Pump: Corey Kispert
One of the west's top small forwards in 2017 is Corey Kispert from Seattle King. At 6-foot-6 and 205 pounds, the rising junior has good size and length with a very strong frame but he also showed an impressive skill set on Wednesday at the Double Pump Best of Summer. Kispert is right-handed but you wouldn't know it because he prefers to dribble and pass left. He can handle it, pass it and has a high basketball IQ. But Kispert's best attribute? His shooting. He has a terrific stroke and can knock down jumpers from beyond the arc and midrange. "I can shoot the ball from the inside, I like to shoot threes, I can attack the rim, I think I'm a pretty good passer and I like to play defense," Kispert said. It's currently a regional battle for Kispert, who holds offers from Gonzaga, Washington and Washington State with interest from Stanford and Virginia. He's aiming towards a spring decision.
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