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Husky Men's Basketball

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

August 20, 2012 at 1:17 PM

UW adds walk-on Quinn Sterling

Washington added walk-on Quinn Sterling to the roster.
The 6-4 guard starred at Mercer Island High where he was first team All-Kingo conference as a junior. He played in only six games after breaking his right leg as a senior and still was voted to the all-conference second team. He returned to play in the district and state championships.
Sterling averaged 16 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists as a junior.
Interesting note in Sterling’s bio. He was an all-state in water polo as a freshman and sophomore before switching his athletic interests to basketball. Both of his parents attended UW and his father competed for the swim team, winning the 1977 Pac-8 championship in the 200 Fly.
MONDAY AFTERNOON LINKS:
— Not sure what it means, but sophomore Austin Seferian-Jenkins is listed on the team’s 2012-13 official roster. ASJ, a star tight end, has been non-committal on if he’s going to return to the basketball team.
— It’s official. Raphael Chillious is now the former Washington assistant and he was introduced today as the new Villanova assistant. Brad Jackson resigned after 27 years at Western Washington and will replace Chillious on the UW staff. He’s expected to meet with the Seattle media this afternoon.
— — Darin Johnson, a 6-4 shooting guard from Sacramento, told Scout.com’s Greg Hicks he plans to visit Washington on Oct. 6. His top seven schools are UW, Oregon, USC, Oregon State, Texas A&M, Marquette and San Diego State. However, he’s also considering UCLA and Washington State. The prominent recruiting sites haven’t come to a consensus on his ability. Scout gave him four stars, while ESPN awarded him two and he’s not rated by Rivals.
— UCLA coach Ben Howland is disappointed in junior Joshua Smith who is losing his battle with conditioning issues. “I’m disappointed where he’s at, that he’s not further along with his conditioning,” Howland told the Sporting News. “That’s just being honest, being truthful.” The Bruins can still get plenty of work done during its China exhibition tour even without prized freshman recruit Shabazz Muhammad.
— Oregon State landed in Paris on Sunday.
— Arizona’s Sean Miller tied for third place in a CBSsports.com poll of coaches who were asked who’s the best coach at bending but not breaking the rules?

Comments | Topics: Brad Jackson, Darin Johnson, UCLA

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