The Washington Basketball team bolsters their ranks. Three recruits have signed their NLI on November 8 to play for the Huskies in 2018.
The Washington Basketball team has enjoyed some success filling the ranks with talented recruits. Insomuch as getting players to verbally commit, that is. But getting players to sign on the dotted line can be nearly as important. And so, the team prepared for a very good Wednesday, November 8, 2017.
A class of four is sustantial for this team, particularly in less than 12 months after Coach Mike Hopkins assumed the lead of the Washington basketball program.
But there could be some developments afoot. The team has four verbal commitments from their recruits, but reports are surfacing that power forward Ed Chang may reclassify to the class of 2019. Still, there is nothing concrete so everything to date regarding that storyline is speculation.
In the end the team appears to have decided on that outcome. The three recruits who have signed their National Letters of Intent to play for the Washington Basketball team are 6-foot-2 point guard Elijah Hardy, 6-foot-6 small forward Jamal Bey , and nearly 7-foot-0 power forward/center Nate Roberts.
The threesome are all well-suited for Coach Hopkins scheme.
Basketball season commencing
While the trio has committed to the team, they must watch as the team takes to the court in the season opener this Friday against Belmont. That game marks the beginning to the Huskies season, when the team will play seven games in the month of November 2017. You might recall that the team has a successful exhibition game hosting Saint Martins, but the true value to that game was the timely feedback to the coaching staff.
Now the team will try to get a jump on the season by aiming at a W for the opener to match the success in yesterday’s news.