403 Forbidden

403 Forbidden


nginx
Follow us:
403 Forbidden

403 Forbidden


nginx

Husky Men's Basketball

The latest news and analysis on Husky men's hoops.

May 26, 2010 at 9:10 AM

Taking an Early Look At Washington’s 2011 Recruiting Class

MaxPreps.com identifies 100 seniors-to-be who are expected to be the top recruits for the 2011 class.
Washington is reportedly pursuing four players on the list. Among the prospects are:
— (15) G Tony Wroten, Jr., 6-4, 170, Seattle
— (24) F Angelo Chol, 6-8, 200, San Diego
— (26) G/F Jabari Brown, 6-3, 195, Oakland
— (59) F Kyle Wiltjer, 6-9, 200, Portland
Scout.com ranks Wroten and Brown as five-star recruits, while Chol and Wiltjer are four stars.
Even though some schools have already made a big splash in securing recruits, Washington has yet to receive a verbal commitment.
Keep in mind it’s still relatively early in the recruiting season and assistant Raphael Chillious has connections to prospects who sometimes are overlooked by the major recruiting sites.
Incoming freshman Desmond Simmons committed at this time last year, however, newcomers Aziz N’Diaye and Terrence Ross weren’t extended scholarship offers until much later.
According to Scout.com, Wroten, Chol, Brown, F Norvell Pelle (6-8, 180) out of Los Angeles and Rainier Beach G Hikeem Stewart (6-2, 180) have received offers from Washington.
As it stands, the Huskies have four scholarships to offer for the 2011 class, but that could change.
They still have a scholarship available this season, which will rollover to next season if it’s not used. They also have three soon-to-be seniors in Justin Holiday, Matthew Bryan-Amaning and Venoy Overton and there’s always the chance someone could transfer or declare early for the NBA draft.

Comments | Topics: Aziz N'Diaye

COMMENTS

No personal attacks or insults, no hate speech, no profanity. Please keep the conversation civil and help us moderate this thread by reporting any abuse. See our Commenting FAQ.



The opinions expressed in reader comments are those of the author only, and do not reflect the opinions of The Seattle Times.


403 Forbidden

403 Forbidden


nginx
403 Forbidden

403 Forbidden


nginx