Jan 16, 2012; Springfield, MA, USA; Chicago Simeon Wolverines forward Jabari Parker (22) holds the ball while being guarded by Findlay Pilots forward Winston Shepard (right) during the first half at Blake Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE

2013 Recruiting: Washington Huskies


The Washington Huskies are looking for 2013 to be one of their best recruiting classes and they are actively pursuing some of the top players in the nation. Specifically, the top talent in California.

The headliners of this class have been talked about for months; Aaron Gordon, Jabari Parker, Jabari Bird, Stephen Domingo, Nigel Williams-Goss, Isaac Hamilton, and Tyree Robinson. However, from top to bottom this list is pretty stacked with talent. If UW walks away with just a couple of them, they did pretty good in this class.

Gordon has already publicly stated UW as the favorite and Bird told “Duck Territory” that he plans to visit UW, Cal, and Oregon for sure.

I spent some time updating the list I had displayed on this site, it was out of date. I tried to only list players that I know are holding Washington offers, and I will add more players later when I hear at least strong interest from UW.

It is updated in the drop down menu above, but I also displayed it below, so you can see the updated list that I currently have. There may be others with UW offers out there but these are the ones that I know about and the majority are very public offers.

That being said, here is the list:

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Tags: Basketball Featured Huskies Isaac Hamilton Jabari Bird Jabari Parker Lorenzo Romar Nigel Williams-Goss Popular Stephen Domingo Tyree Robinson Washington Recruiting

  • huskylenz

    Very guard heavy as usual. Do you think it is an artifact of the type of players Romar recruits or the type of players interested in Romar’s style? It seems like UW will continue to go for the 4-5 star guards and then add serviceable big men when possible.
     
    Also, I know we’ll never see it, but it would be interesting to see a coach actually try to implement a 5 guard lineup (assuming they are all very good) and see if they could handle going against teams with big men on the floor. It would be an interesting theory to test out. Just how badly do you need a center or power forward anyways?

  • Jbilly

    Domingo to Georgetown… Hopefull we can offset that by getting the Jabaris!!