2019 prospect Pierre Crockrell has one offer, several Pac-12 schools interested

Pierre Crockrell is one of 2019's top point guards on the west and the Prolific Prep prospect already has one offer, with a number of Pac-12 programs looking on.

One of the most impressive 2019 players on the West Coast is a Seattle native Pierre Crockrell, who made the move to Napa (Calif.) Prolific Prep for high school.

Crockrell is a speedy 5-foot-11, 165-pound point guard who can handle it, pass it and shoot it. His combination of those three attributes makes him a player who is bound to receive a lot of recruiting attention.

"I'm a pass-first point guard and try to get everyone on the team involved," Crockrell said. "I focus on winning. I defend and hit open shots.

"I need to get better at everything. I want to get faster, improve my shot, my defense and everything."

It hasn't taken long for Crockrell's recruitment to get going, as he already holds one scholarship offer, with several Pac-12 programs looking on.

"My first offer was from Montana and I'm hearing from Washington, Washington State, Oregon State, Oregon, California and USC," Crockrell said.

The freshman grew up a fan of a local program.

"I'm from Seattle so Washington has always been a dream school," Crockrell said. "Everyone who has been through there has mentored me.

"Brandon Roy, Isaiah Thomas and Nate Robinson are close to me and coach (Lorenzo) Romar is really cool to me. I've been to a lot of games. It's the hometown."

Wherever Crockrell goes to college, he hopes for early playing time.

"I want to come in and make a big impact right away," he said.

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