Washington Basketball Recruiting: Stephen Domingo, Landen Lucas, Zena Edosomwan Visiting

The Washington Huskies have had a quiet 2012 recruiting class up to this point. That might change soon, as three big West Coast prospects are visiting according to Left Coast Recruiting. UW landing any one of those three could be really crucial, particularly one that's still two years away from playing any college hoops.

Center Landen Lucas from Portland, Oregon is in town. He has Washington in his final four and has already taken visits to Cal, Stanford and Tennessee; he had something good to say about each school, so you figure this battle could go right down to the end.

Power forward Zena Edosomwan from North Hollywood, California. Apparently the favorites are Cal and USC, although Edosmwan wants to see if he can get into Harvard before making a decision. Washington might be the odd team out in his recruitment.

However the big recruit is still a junior in high school--shooting guard Stephen Domingo from the 2013 class from St. Ignatius in San Francisco. Domingo seemed really happy with his Arizona visit, so Lorenzo Romar is really going to have make a big pitch to win over the wingman.

For more on Washington basketball recruiting, hit up UW Dawg Pound.

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