The University of Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team have witnessed the 2017 recruiting class dwindle from five to one. But here are three reasons why Nate Pryor will land at the University of Washington Huskies.
The University of Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team needs players for the 2017 basketball team. The once proud class of 2017, boasting five of the nations most coveted prospects, has dwindled to one, shooting guard Jaylen Nowell.
With the dismissal of former head coach Lorenzo Romar, the likes of 5-star small forward Michael Porter Jr., 4-star point guard Blake Davis, 4-star forward Mamoudou Diarra, and four star guard Daejon Davis have all bolted from the program. With defections from players occurring as well, it would seem there is a strong case building to consider the Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team on life support.
Unless, you consider the fact that the door swings both ways. And so, surprise attrition can create openings for players who were meant to be Washington Huskies all along.
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Some players have risen up as leaders in the aftermath. David Crisp and Carlos Johnson have earned the respect of many in their decision to see it through. Now, the team needs to bolster the ranks. And highly coveted point guard Nate Pryor just landed back into the market.
Does the University of Washington Huskies have a chance at Nate Pryor? I think so. In fact, I have three reasons why Nate Pryor will elect to join the University of Washington Huskies