Bynum, a former Memphis (Tenn.) White Station standout, transferred to Camp Hills (Md.) Progressive Christian this season. Washington, who will play in the Capital Classic all-star game, averaged 19 points a game at Gwynn Park High School.
Hampton offered Washington and George Mason was said to be taking a peek. Regardless, Moore's program appealed the most to Washington.
"It's a beautiful facility," Washington said. "I loved the coach's plan for the program. It's a program that is going somewhere. It seems like the school is putting a lot of money into the basketball program and the coaches are looking for players to build the program."
Washington knew of Bynum before the pair verballed but it's been a while since he's seen him play. "I saw him on the AAU circuit but other than that I don't really know him. He told me that he felt the same way I did about the school."