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Huskies Secure Best Recruiting Class of Romar Era

The 2014 season hasn't even began but fans can already look forward to next season, as Lorenzo Romar and the UW coaching staff received LOI's from six recruits on Wednesday.

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The 2014 season hasn't even started (The Huskies play South Carolina State on Friday) but many fans will already be looking forward to next year as the men's basketball team received National Letters of Intent from six recruits on Wednesday, making up arguably the best recruiting class of the Lorenzo Romar era.

The Huskies received agreements from all six of their recruits who had already verbally committed to the UW, five high school players and one junior college transfer, giving Husky fans something to be excited about and making Romar's "hot seat" a little bit cooler.

Each player brings a unique skill set to the court and each player will vie for playing time as soon as they step on campus at the UW. Here is a breakdown of each player

Dejounte Murray, Guard, Rainier Beach H.S.

ESPN: 4-star

Scout: 4-star

Held offers from USC, UNLV, UCLA, Colorado, Gonzaga, Cal, Washington State and Oregon

David Crisp, Combo guard, Brewster Academy (Graduated from Rainier Beach H.S. in 2014)

ESPN: 3-star

Scout: 4-star

Held offers from Butler, Providence and Texas A&M

Marquese Chriss, Forward, Pleasant Grove H.S. (Elk Creek, Calif.)

ESPN: 4-star

Scout: 4-star

Held offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Cal, USC and Vanderbilt

Matisse Thybulle, Forward, Eastside Catholic H.S.

ESPN: 3-star

Scout: 4-star

Held offers Washington State, Gonzaga, Oregon, Arizona State and Cal

Malik Dime, Power Forward, Indian Hills C.C.

Rivals: 4-star

Held offers from Arkansas, Iowa State, Arizona State, Kansas State, USC, Wichita State, Kansas and Rutgers

Devenir Duruisseau, Power Forward, Fishburne Military School (Originally from Palmdale, Calif.)

ESPN: Not ranked

Scout: 3-star

Held offers from Nevada, San Jose State, USC, New Mexico, San Francisco and Washington State

Is this the best recruiting class of the Romar era? Does UW basketball have you excited? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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