Garfield High point guard Tony Wroten Jr., one of the more ballyhooed recruits to emerge from the Seattle area, announced his decision Thursday to play for coach Lorenzo Romar and the Washington Huskies.
Wroten selected the Huskies over Louisville, Connecticut, Villanova and Seattle University.
Rivals.com ranks Wroten, a 6-foot-5 point guard, as the top recruit in Washington and the 30th-best player in the nation.
The attorney for Baylor guard LaceDarius Dunn says the university has suspended the star guard from attending classes amid allegations that he hit his girlfriend during a domestic dispute. Police say Dunn’s girlfriend had her jaw broken in two places. She says Dunn didn’t hit her. Dunn faces a felony aggravated assault charge. North Carolina has dismissed fifth-year senior Will Graves from the team. Coach Roy Williams said Graves, who was the team’s third-leading scorer at about 10 points per game and was the team’s top 3-point shooting threat, didn’t comply with team rules.