Washington Huskies recruiting: SG Darin Johnson commits to class of 2013

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The Huskies men's basketball team picked up their second recruit of their 2013 class.

Darin Johnson, a 6'4, class of 2013 shooting guard out of Sacramento, Calif., has committed to the Washington Huskies basketball team, he tweeted on Sunday.

Percy Allen of the Seattle Times gives the scoop on Johnson, pointing out that Scout.com ranks him as a four-star prospect and that Rivals and ESPN give him three stars. He averaged 16.8 points last season at Franklin High School in Elk Grove, Calif.

Johnson has only verbally commited to the school and won't be able to sign until the early signing period from Nov. 14-21. Until then, due to NCAA rules, Huskies coach Lorenzo Romar is not allowed to comment about his recruit.

He is the second commit of coach Lorenzo Romar's 2013 class, alongside point guard Nigel Williams-Goss. The Huskies have three seniors this year and are expected to have at least four scholarships available.

Romar has two high-profile targets still in his line of sight. Five-star forward Aaron Gordon and five-star guard Isaac Hamilton are believed to be Romar's top two targets.

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