As the national letters of intent roll in for the Washington Huskies men's basketball team, the school has been tweeting out mini-biographies for each prospect. And as I type this, all six letters expected have apparently been signed and properly vetted, because the school has now confirmed the signing of each player known to have committed to Washington.
Evan Daniels of Scout.com writes that UW's touted, six-player class is "arguably Washington's best recruiting class in school history, and ranks the class sixth in the country. It features four Scout.com top-100 prospects -- Dejounte Murray of Rainier Beach, David Crisp of Rainier Beach/Brewster Academy, Marquese Chriss from Elk Grove, Calif., and Matisse Thybulle of Eastside Catholic). Three-star JUCO big man Malik Dime and three-star center Devenir Duruisseau round out the class.
We'll have more in a bit from coach Lorenzo Romar, who will speak with reporters around 1:30 p.m.