2013 Findlay Prep talented guard, Nigel Williams Goss, is visiting Washington starting May 2 as first reported by Josh Paunil of National Recruiting Spotlight.
Nigel Williams-Goss is visiting Washington tomorrow.
— Josh Paunil (@JoshPaunilNRS) May 2, 2012
This was then verified when Williams-Goss re-tweeted the above tweet as a way of confirming that the report is accurate. He later stated on twitter that it was an unofficial visit.
Williams-Goss is considered a Washington lean and is one of the better 2013 guards in the class. I have seen him play and he can score from inside and outside and does best when managing the floor. He is a floor general but can play the point or the shooting guard position but naturally fits the point the best. He is one of the leaders of the Findlay team as only a junior and laces up his shoes everyday to get a win.
This would be a big pickup for the Huskies, as they would land a versatile player that can penetrate to the hole, drive and dish, or shoot from outside. He would be the floor leader that the Huskies could use with the departure of Abdul Gaddy at the end of next season.
Lorenzo Romar and the Washington Huskies are hoping to land a big class in 2013 and Williams-Goss could be the first piece to fall. He is listed as a 4-star PG on Scout and a 4-star guard on Rivals.
Others they are looking at are Jabari Parker, Jabari Bird, Aaron Gordon, Stephen Domingo, Isaac Hamilton, and more.