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The first day of the spring signing period went off without a hitch for Washington, which added guards Jahmel Taylor and Mike Anderson to a class that includes guards Nigel Williams-Goss and Darin Johnson.
Coach Lorenzo Romar said the Huskies have 12 players on the roster. The team has another scholarship to give, but he was unsure if UW will sign anyone else. If the Huskies did sign someone, it would most likely bring in a big man, Romar said.
Washington lists Taylor at 5-11 and Romar said he reminds him of former UW standout Justin Dentmon.
Romar said the Huskies began recruiting Anderson when it became apparent they could lose junior guard C.J. Wilcox, who is considering turning pro.
At the moment there’s really nothing new to report. Wilcox is still going through the process of collecting as much information as he can before making a decision before the NBA’s April 28 deadline.