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September 17, 2012 at 11:09 AM

Kyle Washington’s final four includes UW

Weeks ago it seemed a long shot the Huskies would have a chance to nab Kyle Washington, a 6-9 forward from Minnesota who plays at Brewster Academy in New Hampshire.
His initial list included as many as 10 schools and he reportedly had seven on his list last week.
In recent days, Washington cut his list to a workable number and the Huskies made the cut to the final four, according to Benjamin Worgull of BadgerNation.com. The other teams are North State Carolina, Baylor and Ohio State.
Buckeyes coach Thad Matta visited Washington today, according to a tweet from Brewster Academy coach Jason Smith.
MONDAY MORNING LINKS:
Darin Johnson, a 6-4 guard from Sacramento, visited Oregon last weekend and now puts the Ducks at the top of his list. Johnson is expected to visit Washington (Oct. 6) and Marquette on Thursday. He’s also made an official trip to San Diego State and he may have made an unofficial trip to California.
— What’s with Stanford basketball and twins? First there were the Collins twins, Jarron and Jason, who played from 1997-2001. Then it was the Lopez twins, Brook and Robin, who spent two seasons (2006-08) at Cardinal. Sisters Nnemkadi and Chiney Ogwumike also starred on The Farm. Now Stanford received verbal commitments from Allen twins Marcus and Malcolm. ESPN rates Marcus, a 6-2 shooting guard, a three-star prospect and gives Malcolm, a 6-1 point guard, two stars.
— On its subscription site, ESPN reports Robinson twins Tyree and Tyrell will make a trip to Oregon on Saturday.
Corrected: 2:01 p.m.

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