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Franklin High School senior Joseph Smoyer on Nov. 13 will sign a national letter of intent to play basketball for the University of Portland.
Smoyer, a 6’10”, 200-pound post, made a verbal commitment to the Pilots and Head Coach Eric Reveno in late June. Smoyer said, “I am very excited about, and grateful for, the opportunity to play for Coach Reveno and at UP. I can’t wait for my senior season with my teammates here at Franklin , and then I am looking forward to joining the Pilots family and competing in the West Coast Conference.”
Smoyer has started for the Quakers since his 9th-grade year. Under Franklin Head Coach Jeffrey McGee, he was an honorable mention All-Portland Interscholastic League selection his freshman and sophomore years, and earned first-team all-league honors as a junior. Smoyer began his basketball career playing on Portland Parks and Recreation (now Goldenball) basketball teams 4th-8th grade at Glencoe Elementary School and Mt. Tabor Middle School. In addition, Smoyer played for a number of AAU teams: Elite 24 under Head Coach Greg Dundon in 10th and 11th grades, and before that Inner City Players, Northeast Heat and All-In-One.
Smoyer, who carries a 3.97 GPA and is a member of Franklin’s Advanced Scholars program, has been admitted to the Shiley School of Engineering at University of Portland.
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