With news that Lorenzo Romar may have lost 2017 4-star recruit Daejon Davis on Friday, there is some good news. The Huskies received an official visit Sunday from one of the top Junior College players in the nation, Braian Angola-Rodas.
Angola-Rodas is a 6-foot-6 sophmore guard that made the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I All-American first team.
Angola-Rodas finished last season averaging 21.4 points and helped his team to a 31-2 finish.
On my official visit to University of Washington !!— Braian Angola (@Angola2411) April 17, 2016
Angola-Rodas took in a UW Football spring practice with Coach Romar on Monday according to Adam Jude.
According to 24/7 Sports, he's already visited Houston and Florida State. He is also receiving interested from Oregon, Oregon St. and Utah.