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Impact Report - Nigel Williams-Goss

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Washington Head Coach Lorenzo Romar secured his first commitment of the 2013 recruiting class when Findlay Prep (Nev.) point guard Nigel Williams-Goss chose the Huskies over Harvard, UCLA and UNLV. When he lands on campus a year from now, Williams-Goss joins what should be a talented, veteran Husky roster.

He figures to earn immediate playing time as the Dawgs look to replace Abdul Gaddy, who will graduate next spring. The talented native of Portland, Ore. is known for his high basketball IQ and court awareness.  He's an excellent passer, particularly effective in transition, and while not especially athletic is a crafty scorer in penetration.  He also uses a nifty two-handed runner off the dribble...

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