On the first day of the early signing period, Washington secured it’s second largest and one of its highest-ranked signing class in the Lorenzo Romar era. The Huskies cleaned up in locally while landing the state’s top two prospects Rainier Beach High’s Dejounte Murray and Eastside Catholic’s Matisse Thybulle. Washington also added former Rainier Beach star…More
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Judging by the pictures posted on his Twitter account, it appears as if Dejounte Murray had a good time this weekend during his official visit at Washington. He also posed with David Crisp, the former Rainier Beach High standout. Murray and Crisp were teammates last year at Rainier Beach – Crisp is attending Brewster…More
Washington has assembled one of the best 2015 recruiting classes in the country, according to 24/7 Sports. The Huskies are ranked seventh behind No. 1 Arizona, Louisville, Duke, Ohio State and Syracuse. Scout.com lists the UW’s three recruits among its top 100. Dejounte Murray is 36th, Marquese Chriss 46th and David Crisp 95th. It appears…More
Washington began the afternoon with a convincing 71-54 win over No. 15 Colorado that’s going to improve their RPI and garner attention nationally from college-basketball observers.
And the Huskies capped a banner day with a verbal commitment from Rainier Beach High senior David Crisp.
I have officially committed to the University of Washington! #GoDawgs
— David Crisp (@David_Crisp31) January 13, 2014
The 6-1 point guard also had offers from Boise State and Nebraska. He’s considered a three-star prospect by Scout.com. ESPN gave him two stars and he’s not ranked by Rivals.
The regular signing period begins April 16 and ends May 21. Reportedly Crisp will attend a prep school next season and enroll at UW in 2015.More