UW adds to loaded class

Lorenzo Romar already did a terrific job recruiting in 2015 but on Sunday added another big piece to the puzzle.

Washington added another piece to an extremely successful recruiting class on Sunday with the commitment of Dominic Green.

A 6-foot-6, 175-pound small forward from Renton (Wash.) Hazen, Green was originally signed with Arizona State but was released from his Letter of Intent following the Sun Devils’ coaching change.

Green announced the commitment via Twitter.

"It’s home," said Green's AAU coach with the Northwest Panthers, Garry Ward. "Him and David Crisp played together for me and he believes they have a good class coming in and he can win and win at home in front of his parents.

"He thinks Lorenzo Romar is a good coach and thinks he can help him with the things he wants to accomplish. Every kid wants to play in the league and he thinks he can come in, work and get it done.

The newest Husky is a terrific shooter with nice size for the position and has a frame with very long arms that has plenty room to add muscle. He can knock down jumpers off the catch and pull or use his handle to get to the basket.

"Watching him play this weekend, he hasn’t lost any of the ability he showed last July," said Ward. "His game remains at a high level. He can shoot the ball, he can put the ball on the floor, he rebounds better than he should at his strength, he defends and he makes others around him better. He has an excellent chance to continue to keep getting better."

The four-star prospect joins combo guard David Crisp, shooting guard Dejounte Murray, small forward Matisse Thybulle, power forward Marquese Chriss and centers Devenir Duruisseau and Malik Dime’s in Washington’s 2015 class.

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