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ECU Basketball Recruiting Class of 2016-17

This page last updated: 05.19.16

Most recent: Added thumbnail sketch on Hawaii transfer G ISAAC FLEMING

Total known commitments to date: 5

Thumbnails are included for players who have signed letters of intent or made non-binding verbal commitments to join ECU's recruiting class of 2016-17.

Thumbnails compiled by Al Myatt.
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ISAAC FLEMING (6-3, 180) G, Wilmington, DE ... Fleming announced his intentions to transfer from Hawaii and did not play the last seven games of a 28-6 season for the Rainbow Warriors. ... Hawaii was 13-3 in the Big West Conference. ... Fleming averaged 9.5 points and 23.6 minutes in 23 games as a sophomore, making 30.7 percent of his 3-point attempts. ... He had a season high 23 points in an 86-79 overtime win at Cal State-Fullerton on Jan. 16. ... Fleming was twice an all-state cornerback in football at William Penn High School in Delaware. ... He is a 2013 graduate of National Christian Academy in Fort Washington, MD. ... Fleming played the 2013-14 season at Massanutten (VA) Military Academy, a post-graduate program, where he averaged 21 points, six rebounds and seven assists. ... He averaged 9.4 points as a freshman at Hawaii. ... Fleming wore No. 0 for the Rainbow Warriors, hence his nickname, Agent Zero. ... He scored 22 points at Santa Barbara and 21 points at Texas Tech during his soph season. [Listed 05.19.16]

ELIJAH HUGHES (6-5, 205) G, South Kent School, South Kent, CT ... Hughes committed to East Carolina over offers from Albany, Fairfield, Hofstra, Iona, Marist and Sienna. ... Assistant Ken Potosnak was the primary recruiter for the Pirates. ... Brown, Georgia Tech, N.C. State, Oklahoma, Seton Hall and Temple had shown interest. ... Hughes committed to ECU on June 9. ... Hughes transferred from Beacon, NY, to Kennedy Catholic in Somers, NY, before his junior season. ... He averaged 15.7 points, 7.2 rebounds and 5.4 assists and helped the Gaels to a 26-2 record following a sub-.500 record in 2013-14. ... Hughes has transferred to South Kent School in Connecticut for his senior season. ... As a sophomore at Beacon, Hughes averaged 16.4 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 3.1 steals. [Listed 09.14.15]

ANDRE WASHINGTON (7-0, 235) C, Rocky Mount, VA/Wake Forest University ... Washington is transferring from Wake Forest and will be eligible to play in the 2016-17 season. ... He will give the Pirates a player of unprecedented height in the Jeff Lebo coaching era, a factor that enabled him to block 57 shots in limited playing time over three seasons for the Demon Deacons. ... A communications major with an economics minor, Washington sat out the 2015-16 season and focused on academics so he could play immediately as a graduate transfer in the upcoming season. ... Washington scored six points, had four rebounds and blocked four shots in 15 minutes of a 73-59 loss at Georgia Tech in 2014-15. ... He played in 29 games and made one start in 2013-14, averaging 2.3 points and 1.8 rebounds with 39 blocks. ... He made all four of his field goal attempts in an eight-point effort in 14 minutes of a 77-63 win over Southern California during the 2013-14 season. ... Washington went 3-for-4 from the floor with three blocks in 15 minutes in a 77-63 win at Virginia Tech later in his sophomore season. ... Washington was a teammate of Wake standout guard Codi Miller-McIntyre at Hargrave Military Academy. ... He played at Franklin County High School as a sophomore before transferring to Roanoke (VA) Catholic. ... He was ranked No. 14 among prospects in Virginia in the class of 2012. ... Washington played AAU ball for East Coast Fusion. [Listed 04.20.16]

RAQUAN WILKINS (6-5, 180) SG, Westlake High School, Atlanta, GA ... Committed to the Pirates on March 29, following the announcement that several ECU players Grant Bryant, Charles Foster and Lance Tejada were leaving the program to transfer elsewhere. ... Wilkins attended camp at ECU in June and received a scholarship offer from the Pirates in September. ... His team won the Georgia 6-A state championship with a 68-58 overtime victory in the final over Pebblebrook. ... The Lions, coached by Darron Rogers, finished 27-4. ... Wilkins played on the Georgia Stars AAU team. ... Described as a slasher, Wilkins is rated the No. 13 recruit in the class of 2016 in Georgia. ... He has a three-star rating. ... Wilkins also had offers from High Point, Indiana State, Massachusetts, Middle Tennessee State, North Florida and Tennessee Tech. [Listed 04.01.16]

SHAWN WILLIAMS (6-1, 165) G, Southwest Christian Academy, Maumelle, AR ... Williams has shooting range to 24 feet, which can potentially extend defenses. ... Has played for Arkansas Wings Elite and Memphis Magic on the AAU level. ... Has capable dribbling skills and can shoot off the dribble but must improve his strength in order to finish through contact. ... Regarded as a capable on-ball defender. ... Williams visited ECU on Sept. 4 and committed within a week. ... Pirates assistant Michael Perry was the primary recruiter. ... Williams had offers from Arizona State, Arkansas State, Louisiana Tech, Rhode Island and TCU. ... Programs showing interest included Arkansas, Kansas State, SMU, Texas and Texas Tech. ... Southwest Christian went 28-7 last season under coach Charles Baker. [Listed 09.14.15]

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