Last week Portland State picked up a verbal commitment from guard Zach Gengler, according to a report from Ian Ruder for the Oregonian.
His top three were PSU, San Diego, and Pacific. He is a 6'2'' guard that is already high high school's career scoring leader. According to his high school coach, he is already good enough of a defender to play at the college level. Last year he averaged 21.1 points, five rebounds, and an impressive 4.3 steals per contest.
Portland State's recruiting has leaned toward junior college guys in recent years, so it's nice to see them nab a high school with a lot of potential. Looking at the Viking's roster makeup, he seems like he will have to chance to earn playing time early in his career, especially with his defensive abilities.
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