While some players are staying, 2017 recruits are not. That will make the 2017 season for the Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team Roster Rather Lean
The University of Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team recruiting class of 2017 appeared as one of the highest ranked classes in the nation. Surprisingly not long ago, the team enjoyed the patronage of the nations top recruit Michael Porter Jr.. As a matter of fact, the class had five recruits, each of whom was significantly talented.
But now, the class has eroded from five to two with the latest defection:
And so, there is no soft-shoeing this one, Diarra is a loss. Subsequently, the Washington Huskies have few big men projected going forward. His request of release follows similar requests from 4-star point guard Blake Harris and 5-star small forward Michael Porter Jr. In fact, Diarra’s request follows on the heels of forward Matthew Atewe quitting the team as well.
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Right now, the Huskies bigs are thinning in number. As of today, the team has Sam TImmins and Devenir Duruisseau.