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Category: Recruiting
July 28, 2014 at 1:01 PM

Jermaine Haley commits to Washington

In keeping with its new early-bird recruiting approach, Washington secured its first verbal commitment for the 2016 class when Canadian standout Jermaine Haley announced Monday afternoon he’s going to play for the Huskies. “It was the best fit for me,” the 6-7 point guard from Burnaby, British Columbia said during a phone interview. “There were…

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June 3, 2014 at 5:34 PM

Dejounte Murray picks Washington

The Huskies received good news Tuesday when Rainier Beach High star Dejounte Murray announced he’s going to attend Washington in 2015. https://twitter.com/GODS_GIFT2015/status/473977772482625537/photo/1 The 6-5 shooting guard, who is considered the top prospect in the state, was also considering Gonzaga, California, Oregon and UNLV. Murray is a consensus four-star prospect, according to the top recruiting sites. ESPN…

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May 22, 2014 at 1:31 PM

Ahmaad Rorie picks Oregon over Washington

Flanked by his grandparents and high school coach, Ahmaad Rorie sat in front of friends and classmates inside the Lincoln High gymnasium. He reached underneath the table and dug into his backpack pulling out a bright yellow Oregon hat, which capped his three-week recruiting whirlwind. “Next year I’ll be playing at the University of…

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May 21, 2014 at 4:37 PM

Ahmaad Rorie will announce decision Thursday

Four-star prospect Ahmaad Rorie will announce his college decision 10 a.m. Thursday at Lincoln High. The announcement will end the recruiting derby for the 6-0 point guard who visited Oregon on Tuesday, Washington State last week and Washington weeks ago. He’s also considering Missouri and Wichita State. Rorie originally signed with California and was given his…

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May 20, 2014 at 5:51 PM

Ahmaad Rorie visits Oregon

Lincoln High star guard Ahmaad Rorie visited Oregon on Tuesday. The Ducks will likely give the last pitch to the four-star point guard, who is expected to make his college choice Wednesday. He’s made officical visits to Washington and Washington State. He’s also considering Missouri and Wichita State. Rorie signed with California last year, but was…

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April 16, 2014 at 12:35 PM

Washington adds Quevyn Winters

Washington added junior-college transfer Quevyn Winters to the 2014 incoming class. The 6-6 guard at Indian Hills Community College in Iowa signed scholarship papers with the Huskies on Wednesday. Winters, who played one season at Duquesne in 2012-13, will have two years of eligibility at UW. “We’re excited to add Quevyn to our program,” Washington coach Lorenzo Romar…

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April 15, 2014 at 4:42 PM

Quevyn Winters ready to sign with Huskies

Indian Hills Community College’s Quevyn Winters, who verbally committed to play at Washington, is expected to sign scholarship papers with the Huskies on Wednesday when the spring signing period begins. Last season with the Warriors, the 6-6 guard was fifth among the Warriors in scoring while averaging 11.9 points. He shot 40.5 percent (138 of…

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April 1, 2014 at 12:04 PM

Washington’s big man search won’t be easy

Washington needs a big man to replace senior center Perris Blackwell and junior forward Desmond Simmons, who decided to transfer to another school. However, a list of the top 51 junior-college players compiled by 247sports.com reveals there are only four players 6-foot-7 or taller who haven’t committed or signed with a school. And none of…

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January 21, 2014 at 4:10 PM

Donaven Dorsey sprains ankle

Turns out Donaven Dorsey, the Timberline High star who signed scholarship papers with Washington, will not need season-ending surgery surgery after all. The 6-6 senior wing suffered a “really bad ankle sprain,” Timberline coach Allen Thomas said in a text message. He’s expected to return in 2-3 weeks. Dorsey suffered the injury last Friday during a 65-38…

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