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Trip Report - Nigel Williams-Goss

Nigel Williams-Goss, a 6-foot-3 point guard from Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nev., committed to Washington back at the end of May, and his commitment has never wavered. He took his official visit to Washington this past weekend, and even though he wasn't feeling so hot by the end of the trip it didn't dampen his spirits toward the Dawgs.

"I actually got sick toward the end of last night, so I'm not feeling too well right now…but I still enjoyed my visit, so that was good," Williams-Goss told Sunday. Because Williams-Goss is the only known verbal commit for the 2013 UW hoops class, he turned recruiter a little bit during the weekend, one that found the Huskies also hosting two big-time West Coast prospects; Aaron... Recommended Stories

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