Washington made it official on Monday -- former Hazen High star Dominic Green, a 6-foot-6, 175-pound small forward, has signed paperwork to become a part of the Huskies program.
Here's the release from the school:
SEATTLE – Washington’s nationally ranked Class of 2015 just got stronger as Renton native Dominic Green will officially join the Huskies this fall, head coach Lorenzo Romar announced Monday. Green, who is currently ranked 77th nationally by Scout, is the fifth Top 100 player in this class, which is the most of any school in the nation.
“We are very excited to bring Dominic into our Husky program,” Romar said. “He is an outstanding shooter with a nose for scoring the basketball. He has tremendous length and can play and guard several different positions, which is consistent with what we like for our program in terms of versatility.”
Green, a four-star 6-6, 175 pound small forward, will be the seventh member of the 2015 class and is the fourth to hail from the Seattle area. He will join Dejounte Murray (No. 39), Marquese Chriss (No. 49), Matisse Thybulle (No. 76), David Crisp (No. 99), Malik Dime and Devenir Duruisseau in the class. Additionally, Green and Crisp played extensively on the AAU circuit together.
The Huskies now have the top player in the state of Washington along with the number one and number two small forwards from Washington all joining the program in the fall.
Green comes to UW from Hazen High School in Renton where he finished his high school career as the school’s all-time leading scorer, passing former UW standout and current Husky radio analyst Jason Hamilton whose record stood for more than two decades.
The lengthy small forward averaged 22.6 points per game as a senior captain which saw the Highlanders finish with an 11-3 record in the Seamount League for second place and a 16-7 mark overall. Additionally he was named the Seamount Player of the Year as both a junior and senior.