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6 Reasons to Pursue An MBA Degree Online - Big Easy Magazine 6 Reasons to Pursue An MBA Degree Online - Big Easy Magazine Posted: 27 Nov 2020 09:28 AM PST The year 2020 has taken the world by storm with its constant influx of negative and life-changing news. Everything that was considered normal has been replaced with a new sense of reality where nothing is the same as it once was. From going out for errands to meeting your loved ones, everything is tainted with the fear of contracting a deadly virus. To counter these conditions, many business sectors have made adjustments and shifted online, including education. Universities worldwide have introduced online programs and courses that have made e-learning extremely easy and efficient. This even includes the veer so popular MBA.  To Be honest, an online MBA isn't a new concept. The program was available even before the pandemic. Nonetheless, there are more options available now, and he

Washington boys basketball recruiting roundup: Class of 2020 stars make college decisions - scorebooklive.com

Mount Si’s Hayden Curtiss is one of several of Washington’s top senior boys basketball recruits who have committed to play in college since the 2020 state tournament ended. And many top propsects, such as a high-major D-I prospect Union’s Tanner Toolson, have not made a decision.

Here’s a roundup of class of 2020 Washington boys basketball players that have recently committed to a college:

SHAHID ABDUL-MUMIN, CLEVELAND, C, 6-8

Committed to: Highline College

The big man received ample preparation for the next level by battling in a vaunted Metro League.

TRU ALLEN, CLARKSTON, G, 6-0

Committed to: Northwest Nazarene

A tremendous all-around athlete, Allen made first team all-state honors after leading the Bantams to the 2A state title game as a senior.

RICKY BELL III, MOUNT RAINIER, G, 5-10

Committed to: Highline College

It’s no wonder he has NFL genes. The multi-sport athlete was a big shot maker and proved there wasn’t much he couldn’t do, willing the Rams into the postseason.

SYON BLACKMON, EASTSIDE CATHOLIC, G, 6-1

Committed to: Seattle Pacific

A tough-nosed guard who delivered on both sides of the floor, Blackmon was a part of a stretch of Crusader basketball that oversaw several 3A state tournament runs. He was the team’s senior backbone as it won the 3A SeaKing district tournament.

MUTDUNG BOL, EDMONDS-WOODWAY, G, 6-3

Committed to: Eastern Washington

Posted 17 points, seven boards, five assists and two steals for Edmonds-Woodway, wowing crowds with dunks and impressing scouts with his versatile skill-set.

TYLER BUSSELL, RIVER VIEW, F, 6-5

Committed to: Columbia Basin College

Smooth around the rim, the senior River View captain will take his talents to the next level — Columbia Basin.

BRADY CASTO, INGLEMOOR, G, 6-2

Committed to: Edmond Community College

As a senior, Casto hit 40 percent from 3-point range and averaged 10.4 points per game for a team that competed in the 4A regional round.

MASON CHRISTIANSON, MOUNTLAKE TERRACE, G, 6-0

Committed to: Lewis-Clark State

A 2A all-state selection by the state coaches association, Christianson has been a steady floor general, heralded as a complete player and leader for a team that reached the state tournament.

COZ COLLINS, INGRAHAM, G, 6-0

Committed to: Edmonds Community College

The first signee in Edmond CC’s 2020 class stepped up big when Ingraham lost two key players for most of the season, leading the Rams into the postseason. Collins was a 1,000-point scorer and two-time all-Metro League selection.

MARCUS COLLINS, NATHAN HALE, G, 6-0

Committed to: Wester Wyoming Community College

Skilled guard who posted 19.3 points, 5.6 assists, 3.4 boards and 3.8 steals per game for Nathan Hale as a senior. He established himself among some of the state’s top talent in a vaunted Metro Leauge.

HAYDEN CURTISS, MOUNT SI, F, 6-8

Committed to: University of Portland

Curtiss’ 4A all-tournament-worthy performance in which he went 20 of 22 from the field over three games paved the way for a rise from a D-II/D-III prospect to secure a full-ride D-I scholarship. 

COOPER DEWITT, CHIAWANA, G, 6-6

Committed to: North Idaho College

Dewitt capped his senior campaign as the Mid Columbia Conference’s League MVP and defensive player of the year, proving to be a versatile floor general who guarded one through five. 

AIDAN FRALY, PRAIRIE, G, 6-0

Committed to: Clark College

A gifted scorer and all-3A Greater St. Helens League selection, Fraly will stay home and play for the Penguins.

JOBI GELDER, DEER PARK, F, 6-4

Committed to: Edmonds Community College

Averaged 20 points and eight rebounds per game for a Deer Park team that won a 1A Northeast district title.

DAMANI GREEN, WILSON, PG, 5-10

Committed to: Skagit Valley College

The crafty point guard was the most impactful player out of the south sound this season, and he’s found a home with a proven winner at the JuCo level. 

LEZJUAN HARRIS, MOUNT TAHOMA, F, 6-8

Committed to: Skagit Valley College

Harris becomes the latest Tacoma-area standout to join Skagit Valley. Mount Tahoma’s 6-8 wing averaged a double-double (13 points, 10 boards) and

JOHN HART, RAINIER BEACH, G, 6-2

Committed to: Highline College

Hart finished his high school career on a high note, leading a young, scrappy Rainier Beach team back to the 3A state semifinals.

MALIK HOWARD, WILSON, G, 6-4

Committed to: Skagit Valley College

The Pierce County League’s defensive player of the year is a versatile two-way player, averaging around 13 points, eight boards and two steals per game as a senior.

BRADY METZ, KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN, G, 5-10

Committed to: Walla Walla Community College

A knock-down shooter and first team all-1A Trico League selection who was a key part of multiple state tournament runs, including a 2019 run to the 1A state championship game. Metz will go on to play for longtime Walla Walla coach Jeff Reinland, who his dad, Matt Metz, played for in the 90s.

ISAAC PEREZ, TOPPENISH, G, 6-0

Committed to: Big Bend Community College

The first team all-CWAC selection led Toppenish to a nearly unblemished regular season, a league title and a sixth place finish at state. Now, he’ll head to Moses Lake to prove himself in the JC ranks.

TEDDY RODRIGUEZ, EISENHOWER, PG, 5-9

Committed to: Multnomah University

Rodriguez is a three-year varsity captain and two-year Big 9 all-league selection.

VLADIMER SALARIDZE, WEST SEATTLE, F, 6-7

Committed to: Eastern Florida State College

Salaridze went from a fringe rotation guy to all-Metro League second team selection, sporting a back-to-the-basket and face-up game. He averaged nearly 15 points and 12 boards per game in the state’s toughest league.

TRISTAN SMITH, SOUTHRIDGE, F, 6-6

Committed to: Columbia Basin Community College

The MCC’s second most prolific scorer posted more than 22 points per game and earned all-conference first team honors. 

NATE SNOOK, COLUMBIA RIVER, G, 6-2

Committed to: Lower Columbia College

The two-time 2A Greater St. Helens League player of the year was a three-year starter in David Long’s vaunted system, flashing quick hands and scoring prowess.

AARON VON BRUCK, NATHAN HALE, G, 6-5

Committed to: North Idaho College

A good guard with great size who accounted for 9.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 3.0 steals and 2.9 blocks as a senior who went 8-8 in Metro League play this past season.

VISAL VORN, FRANKLIN, G/F, 6-3

Committed to: Highline College



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