University of Washington Huskies extend 2020 offers to Bishop Gorman Isaiah Cottrell, Cali United Jalen Green and Las Vegas Julian Strawther
The Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball 2020 recruiting class is getting a jump start. The Washington Huskies had offered to Bishop Gorman, Nevada’s 6-foot-9 freshman Isaiah Cottrell. Despite being a freshman in high school , the young man is quite familiar to the college recruiting process. In fact, he received an offer from UNLV in 2016, before he even began to play basketball at the high school level.
The Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball program followed less than a year later, but after he had joined the ranks of high school students.
Growing Large In Basketball Circles
Cottrell is a very tall young man. As a matter of fact, it’s anybody’s guess where he stops growing right now. So far, he’s grown from 6-foot-6 to a reported 6-foot-9 height.
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Cottrell is one of three young men projected for the class of 2020 to whom the Washington Huskies have made offers. Another young man is shooting guard Jalen Green
And the third is point guard Julian Strawther
No Time For Future Like Present
2020 is some time into the future, but the Huskies are taking no chances at being shut out. By getting out there early into the class of 2020, the Huskies have their foot in the door. And it setts the basketball program into great leverage in two ways:
On the first hand, It helps recruit other prospects future into the future in that those players as players like to play with familiar faces.
Secondly, it empowers the team to recruit prospects in close proximity. Knowing the team has future prospects in line, players can anticipate playing on quality teams.
The University of Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team is working the spectrum of the next four years. The team has secured both Nate Pryor and Michael Carter III for 2017. But the team needs help in the front court.
Still, the future is bright.