Hameir Wright, a 4-star forward Albany in New York, announced that he has pledged to play basketball for the Washington Huskies – and ESPN reported that Wright plans to reclassify as a rookie in 2017 and enroll at the University of Washington in time For the next season.
Wright, who appears at 6 feet 8 inches and 205 pounds by Scout.com, is considered a candidate with 4 stars by all major recruitment sites, and chose the Huskies from the supported Villanova, Providence, Michigan and Yes, Syracuse – school Mike Hopkins became the new Huskies coach.
Wright became the fifth player to commit or sign with the Huskies since Hopkins was hired, joining the Seattle area guards Jaylen Nowell, Nate Pryor and Michael Carter III, plus Rochester, New York, the Nahziah Carter Guard – the Nephew Jay-Z.
Jeff Borzello ESPN reported that Wright originally a recruiter in 2018, plans to reclassify and join the huskies this year. If Wright finally signs up this summer – and assuming Nahziah Carter arrives this year too – the Huskies have completed 13 of their grants available for the 2017-18 season.
Scout.com rated Wright number 89 in class 2018 before the news of his apparent rehab. ESPN ranked 80th. He was previously busy playing the 2017-18 season at the Brewster Academy preparation center. Wright graduated from the Albany Academy, said March’s historic Troy: “If I feel that I am mentally prepared, physically, and the feeling I get is so overwhelming that I accept a scholarship and left (for college) so that’s what I will do. Otherwise, I will continue as planned. “