Washington adds two forwards in 2015 class
Washington and head coach Lorenzo Romar have assembled a very large 2015 recruiting class and a four-man class grew to six on Monday as the Huskies added two commitments.
The Huskies received commitments from 2015 forward Devenir Duruisseau, a 6-foot-8 postgrad forward and 6-foot-9 junior college big man Malik Dime. Duruissea’s commitment was reported by Scout.com‘s Josh Gershon.
Duruisseau was originally committed to San Jose State in the 2014 class, but reclassified and went to Fishburne Military School in Waynesboro, Virginia.
Dime comes from junior college powerhouse Indian Hills. He’s an athletic post who picked Washington over Arkansas, Iowa State and Rutgers.
The two new forwards make a six-man class for Washington as they join point guard David Crisp, two guard Dajounte Murray, small forward Matisse Thybulle and power forward Marquess Chriss in the 2015 class.
Washington has a thin front court this season and adding three forwards should help with the team’s depth next season.