Washington Huskies Recruiting: UW Makes Skylar Spencer's Top Four

Class of 2012 Forward prospect Skylar Spencer from Price High School in Los Angeles, CA told Greg Hicks from Scout.com (subscription) that he will choose either Washington, Washington St., San Diego St. or Nevada. 

Spencer's ESPN recruiting profile reads:

Spencer has great length with long arms and his frame suggests that he isn't done growing. He is an exceptional athlete that can run all day. His rebounding prowess is impressive and he does a great job filling the lane after out-letting the ball.

Spencer seems to be another prototypical UW basketball recruit who has long arms and is at his best when playing in transition. Price HS is the same school that the recently-retired Tyreese Breshers attended. 

Joe Kaiser of ESPN Rumors (subscription) notes that the Huskies already have two combo forwards in Martin Breunig and Desmond Simmons, and that Washington St. may be a better fit with the departure of DeAngelo Casto. 

Stay tuned for complete updates on UW recruiting here at SB Nation Seattle. For more coverage, check out UW Dawg Pound for more Huskies news. And be sure to look at Coug Center for WSU news and The Slipper Still Fits for continual Gonzaga Bulldogs news.

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