Player Spotlight: 2011 G Jalen Washington

Attention D1 college coaches.  For those of you with a scholarship available in the Class of 2011 here’s your mid summer steal. 2011 G Jalen Washington at 6’41/2″ is your man.  He has just qualified academically with his combo of SAT/GPA. The Pflugerville Hendrickson star is a versatile player who can play the one, two or three position.
2012 G Jalen Washington of Pflugerville Hendrickson
Washington originally committed to Mount St. Mary’s (MD) as a PG prospect after an official visit there last fall but after mulling it over, opted not to sign in the early period.  He reopened his recruitment and decided to play his senior year. Lack of passing through the NCAA Clearinghouse kept recruiting to a minimm although South Alabama, Colorado State and others kept flirting with him in the spring.  And well they should as the talented player had a monster senior year, with multiple games over 40 points as well as a 50 point effort. 
He is not a one trick pony though as many times the ultra long athlete had double digit rebounds and was on the free throw line more than anyone in the State of Texas, averaging 13 attempts per game.  All this while running the point at his high school!  The Super Cen Tex selection is one of the country’s hidden, unsigned gems who is available NOW.  If Washington does not receive an offer in the next couple of weeks he will suit up with the Texas D1 Ambassadors for his second campaign. He’ll make stops on the circuit at Myrtle Beach (SC), Duncanville (TX), Minneapolis (MN), Las Vegas (NV) and Phoenix (AZ).

D1 college coaches may contact me at 512-791-5455 for further info.  You’re getting a quality person as well as a quality player.-Coach Max Ivany


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