Top-100 overall player Tyty Washington has announced a list of 10 NCAA Basketball programs to choose from. Which ones are the best potential fit for the point guard?
One of the top point guards in the NCAA Basketball class of 2021 recruiting group is Tyty Washington. He’s a consensus four-star prospect, ranked anywhere from the top-100 all the way to as high as the 50s.
The 6’3 point guard is an amazing scorer, averaging over 22 ppg in his past two seasons of high school. That includes several high-profile performances and major individual scoring nights that allowed Washington to rise to be a four-star talent.
With great size already, Washington is capable of being an aggressive defender, while also having an all-around offensive game. That includes shooting from three-point range and driving into the paint. While he’s a natural ball-handler, the top-100 recruit does have the capability to play off the ball, which makes Washington’s value rise even more for perspective programs.
The recruitment for this prospect has gone into the next gear in the past month or so, with several more teams making offers to Washington. With multiple other top-100 point guards having already either committed or have shrunk their own lists from the 2021 class, look for the teams now involved to make an even more aggressive pursuit for him.
So far, this looks to be a wide-open process for Washington, with a decision to be determined. For now though, here’s a current look at the project roster situations and potential best fits for the point guard, using all 10 teams still in the running.