A Look at Romar's Early Entrants Shows Trend

With all the talk about Dejounte Murray and Marquese Chriss potentially turning pro after their freshman seasons at Washington, it was worth a look to go back and see how the Huskies' early entrants have fared during the Lorenzo Romar era - starting with a player that never even made it to Montlake after signing a letter of intent.
March 17, 2016

Hawes talks about decision

SEATTLE - Friday night was the day, according to Spencer Hawes. For all those Washington basketball fans that thought Hawes to the NBA was a done deal as soon as he put his name in the draft, you were right. But in listening to Hawes talk Monday after making his NBA aspirations official, the timing was a lot closer to the June 18 deadline than expected.
June 18, 2007

Roy makes UW history

It wasn't a matter of if, but when. Everyone knew Brandon Roy's draft stock had skyrocketed, and that question was answered Wednesday night in New York City, when the former Washington guard was picked sixth overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the NBA Draft, the highest Husky to have ever been picked since Bob Houbregs in 1953.
June 28, 2006

Record Nine Preps Taken in NBA Draft

With the age minimum going into effect next year, Tuesday night's NBA Draft marked the end of the preps-to-pros trend for the foreseeable future. And though a record nine high schoolers were drafted, including Martell Webster at No. 6, this year's draft may be remembered more for the guys who fell to the second round.
June 29, 2005

Great Draft Day for the Huskies

It was shaping up to be a Dawg Day Afternoon in New York and things turned to be exactly as advertised. One Washington player and another signee were drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, something that's never happened in the history of Husky basketball.
June 28, 2005

After Endless Speculation, It's Draft Time!

Are you searching for some NBA Draft storylines? There is no shortage of them, with an Australian projected to go No. 1, four Tar Heels slated to be among the top 15 choices and this being the final (apparently) draft in which recent high school graduates and 18-year-olds are eligible.
June 27, 2005

Five preps expected to go in NBA Draft first round

The preps-to-pros craze will come to a stunning end Tuesday, as the 2005 NBA Draft likely marks the final year prep players are eligible to be drafted. Though the Class of 2005 features no sure things like LeBron James or Dwight Howard , five prep players figure to be selected in the first round this year while a handful of others look to go in the second round.
June 27, 2005

NBA Draft Profile: Martell Webster

In the days leading up to the June 28 NBA Draft, SchoolSports.com will give you scouting reports on all of the high school players with a shot to be selected in the first or second round of this year's draft. Today, we profile Seattle Prep (Seattle, Wash.) guard Martell Webster.
June 23, 2005