Erik Stevenson And Nate Pryor Join The Huskies

Per the University of Washington Press Release…..

SEATTLE – University of Washington men’s basketball has added transfers Erik Stevenson and Nate Pryor to the program, head coach Mike Hopkins announced Wednesday. The guards both hail from Washington, as Stevenson played his high school game at Timberline (Lacey) while Pryor went to West Seattle HS.
“We are so excited to welcome both Erik and Nate to our Husky family,” said Hopkins. “They’re both local talents that are proven winners, fierce competitors and guys that can’t wait to wear the purple and gold. Erik is a big-time scoring guard who brings a toughness and grit every time he steps on the court. Nate is a true PG who is a born leader that can run a team and he makes everyone around him better. These two will not only help us win games, but will have a positive impact on our culture.”

At 6-3, Stevenson spent his two years at Wichita State in the guard position leading the Shockers to back-to-back 20-win seasons. During his sophomore campaign (2019-20), WSU went 23-8 with Stevenson averaging 11.1 points and dishing out 70 assists. He shot 37.7 percent from the field and 30.4 percent from 3-point range. As a freshman, the Washington native played in all 37 games averaging 6.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists and helped the team to the NIT semifinals and a 22-15 record.
Originally from Lacey, Washington, Stevenson was a three-star recruit out of Timberline High School in 2018. He was first team All-Class 3A by the Associated Press, the Seattle Times and the Tacoma News Tribune along with being The Olympian’s 2018 Area Player of the Year. The Blazers finished fourth in the WIAA Class 3A State Tournament, their best finish since 1981, as Stevenson broke the state tournament record with 118 points (29.5 average) to earn MVP honors.
He still owns Timberline’s single game (45 points), season (717) and career (1,861) scoring marks with his career point total being the Thurston County record.
Pryor, a 6-4 point guard, will come to Montlake after spending the last two seasons at North Idaho College where he led the team to a 28-1 record during his sophomore campaign and a 31-2 mark as a freshman. Pryor, who spent his high school career at West Seattle, led the Wildcats to their first state boy’s semifinal appearance since 1970 during his senior campaign as he averaged 18.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 4.7 assists.
As a junior Pryor averaged 18.0 points, 5.0 assists and 4.7 rebounds and put up 21.6 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.2 assists during his sophomore season.

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