Jabari Parker recently released his list of top ten schools, leaving the University of Washington Huskies off of it. However, Parker was just one of numerous top recruits Washington Coach Lorenzo Romar is actively recruiting in the 2013 class.
The Huskies already have a commitment from the 2013 Rivals’ No. 46 overall 4-star Findlay Prep SG, Nigel Williams-Goss. Williams-Goss, a 4.0 student, was also considering Harvard before making the commitment to Washington, where he plans to possibly do a double major.
For the Huskies, who are after several top recruits, recruitment of the 2013 class will very likely go well into next year. 2013 could end up being the best recruitment class in the Washington program's history if things fall into place for Coach Romar. The Huskies' number of available 2013 scholarships, and potential changes in that number, were recent topics covered by the Husky Haul and can be seen by clicking here.
Here is a brief look at some of the other top 2013 recruits being pursued by the Washington men’s basketball program that the Huskies have a decent shot at recruiting, including: Aaron Gordon, Isaac Hamilton, Jabari Bird, Marcus Lee, Tyree and Tyrell Robinson.