Washington adds late pledge
The Washington Huskies already had a very impressive 2015 class in the fold, and on Thursday they added to it with Noah Dickerson. The Atlanta native who finished his high school career at Montverde (Fla.) Academy picked the Huskies. For Dickerson he hopes the third time is a charm. Initially he committed to Georgetown before re-opening things and signing with Florida. Following the departure of Billy Donovan to the NBA, Dickerson got out of his Letter of Intent, and now he has found a home in the Pacific Northwest. The No. 83 ranked player overall, Dickerson is a skilled center with excellent hands and the ability to score on the low block. He is slightly undersized for the position, but his nimble feet and savvy on the court allow him to be productive. Dickerson announced his commitment on Thursday night putting to bed interest from other programs such as LSU, Texas, and California. This is the eighth commitment for Washington in the class of 2015. By pulling the trigger Dickerson becomes the fifth member of the top 100 to pick the program.
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