Nothing impacts a college basketball team for the positive more than a quality point guard. With point guard play consistently in short supply, teams are always searching. One of the better point guards on the East Coast in the 2017 class is Isaiah Washington.
Asked about his play so far this season, Washington said, “The year is going well. As a team we are playing hard and playing together. I have been working on my consistency and taking better care of the ball.”
On the recruiting trail several schools are beginning to pay significant attention to Washington, and he has real high-major interest.
“I am hearing a lot from Rutgers, Minnesota, South Florida, and Seton Hall,” listed Washington.
Washington noted that Rutgers is recruiting him the hardest at the moment, and says they stay in touch all the time.
“They just keep in touch a lot, invite me to games, and things like that,” said Washington.
Also Minnesota, with assistant Kimani Young, is hot in the pursuit of Washington.
“(Young) gives me a lot of off the court advice, and he says I would fit in well and they could help take me far as a player,” noted Washington.
For now there is no planned decision date or any hurry to make a choice, but Washington has a simple criteria he is looking for in a program.
“I just have to feel at home,” he stated.