Several recruiting sites are reporting Washington will receive visits from three big West Coast prospects this weekend.
The Huskies are expected to host Zena Edosomwan, a forward from North Hollywood, California and Portland-area forward/center Landen Lucas. Both are 2012 recruits. In addition, 2013 Stephen Domingo, a wing from San Francisco, is expected to be on campus.
Citing anonymous sources, Left Coast Recruiting broke the news this week via Twitter.
Edosomwan was expected to take a trip to UW on Oct. 22, but reportedly he didn’t make the visit. The four-star recruit is also considering USC, California, Texas and Harvard.
Lucas, a three-star prospect, is also being recruited by Cal, Stanford and Tennessee.
Domingo is most likely taking an unofficial trip.
THURSDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Here’s our story on Seattle Pacific, which hopes to continue its three-game winning streak against Division I opponents after it faces Washington on Friday.
— Another Pac-12 team projected to finish in the top half of the league and compete for the NCAA tournament berth struggled last night in an exhibition against a Division II opponent. This time it was Oregon that eked out an 82-75 victory over Grand Canyon. Here’s video of the game.
— Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak is still unsure about the starting lineup for Friday’s exhibition against Division II Adams State.
— Doug Haller at the Arizona Republic identifies 12 unsung heroes in the Pac-12 for their respective teams.
— UCLA center Joshua Smith doesn’t like the Sports Arena, the Bruins’ home this season will Pauley Pavilion is being renovated.