Washington is a guard that fill up the stat sheet in a lot of areas. Last year he averaged 14.5 points, five rebounds, and four assists per game. His team took second in the Southwest League to Bishop Gorman, which is known as a national powerhouse, so he played against good competition in high school.
Sir Washington visited Eastern Washington over the weekend, saying the program’s 95-percent graduation rate was most appealing. He also fell in love with Cheney, Wash., where the school is located. He’s even ready for the heavy snow in the winters.Washington also had an offer from Northern Arizona, according to The Las Vegas Sun. He projects as a shooting guard, and could be in the mix for playing time immediately with the graduation of Jeff Forbes, Collin Chiverton, and Kevin Winford.
“Everybody knows each other in that town. I feel like I can fit in well there,” he said. “The cold weather won’t bother me. I like the snow.”
Premier Ball has this to say about him:
Sir Washington stroke is bueatiful from 21-22' when he's engaged good things will happen. Low-mid major prospect that will only get better.Jim Hayford's recruiting class is off to a good start.
— POP (@PremierBall) September 26, 2012
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