Posted On: 11/11/19 12:21 AM
The University of Washington appears to be focusing on a handful of young prospects from around the Pacific Northwest. They played host to multiple top 2022-2024 prospects at their most recent game versus Tulane on Sunday afternoon. The Huskies led by as much as 18 points, but suffered a really tough loss by the closing buzzer. It may not have been the result the Huskies wanted on the floor, but they seem to be continuing their effort to keep backyard talent right at home. The Huskies coaching staff has strong ties in California and Californians make up 9/14 roster slots at this point. They have one Washington grown commit for the 2020 class, as well as some more California talent.
The state's top 2022 prospect
One key name in attendance was W.F. West High School's Drea Brumfield. The 6'2 wing has been a target of Washington's over the course of the last few months and she took an unofficial visit this weekend. Drea is currently ranked by PGH Washington as the number one player in the 2022 class. She has great length to be effective on both sides of the ball and she has a solid perimeter