Last week, Washington landed a starting role for Stanford's first exhibition game, scoring six points in 20 minutes. In Saturday's 99-70 exhibition win against Cal Poly Pomona, the junior forward came off the bench but delivered a superior game with 17 points and five rebounds (four offensive). He was aggressive in attacking the basket, putting him repeatedly on the free throw line. Washington talked with The Bootleg and other local media afterward about his transition into a new role this year, which is just one of the myriad of changes we are seeing in the Cardinal.
Fred Washington Scout Profile
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