2017 Washington Basketball Recruiting Prospects
- Site Staff | Dawgman.com06/09/2017
Nahziah Carter, a one-time verbal commit to Dayton, verbally committed to Washington Friday night after reopening the recruiting process. Former Dayton Head Coach Archie Miller left for Indiana, and Carter was released from his letter of intent.
- Evan Daniels | Scout Hoops04/27/2017
Nahziah Carter thought he was headed to Dayton. But when Archie Miller left for Indiana, the 2017 prospect opted to reopen his recruitment. This past weekend he played in front of college coaches at the Nike EYBL.
- Chris Fetters | Dawgman.com04/18/2017
With a new head coach came a number of defections from Washington's heralded 2017 recruiting class. Could Mike Hopkins keep some of the players from leaving? So far it's only been one, but it's a big one. Garfield guard Jaylen Nowell announced Tuesday that he's staying with his earlier commitment to the Huskies.
- Washington Media Relations | Dawgman.com04/12/2017
SEATTLE – First year University of Washington head coach Mike Hopkins has announced the signing of Nate Pryor and Michael Carter III to aid agreements for the 2017 season. It is the first signees of the Hopkins era as the two local guards are slated to join the Huskies in the fall.
- Josh Gershon | Scout Hoops11/22/2016
Devante Doutrive had a strong junior season and ensuing summer on the AAU circuit but still entered his senior year with a wide open recruitment. On Monday he showed that his talent is worthy of increased recruiting attention.
- Kim Grinolds | Dawgman.com11/09/2016
On Wednesday, Garfield seniors Jaylen Nowell and Daejon Davis officially signed binding letters of intent to play basketball at Washington starting in 2017. They held a ceremony at the Garfield gym to mark the occasion. Wednesday was the first day of the early signing period for men's basketball.
- Evan Daniels, Brian Snow and Josh Gershon | Scout Hoops08/29/2016
As it normally does the recruiting process has sped up since the July evaluation periods ended. Top 100 commitments have started to pick up, thus there have been changes to the 2017 class rankings. Auburn still sits at No. 1 with Washington Illinois, UCLA and Louisville round out the current top five.