Three Star Recruit Edward Chang Out of Nebraska Transferring to Washington, Will Play For Brandon Ro
On Tuesday we learned that three star recruit, Edward Chang out of Nebraska will transfer to Garfield High School in Seattle, Washington for his senior year. The move will allow Chang to play under former NBA All-Star Brandon Roy, who left Nathan Hale High School back in May to take the head coach position at Garfield, Roy’s alma mater. Chang’s transfer will also put in him closer to the University of Washington, whom he committed to back in July, and allow his transition to college to a bit smoother.
At 6-foot-7 and 180 bounds, Chang is considered to be the No. 70 small forward in his class and was the rated recruit coming out of the state of Nebraska, where he played for Papillion-La Vista and averaged 18.1 points per game his junior year. It was reported that Chang did retweet the news about is transfer, however declined to speak with reporters regarding the matter. Papillion-La Vista’s principal, Jerry Kalina, did issue the following statement as relates to Chang’s transfer, “We wish Edward nothing but the best in the years to come,” adding “he represented Monarch nation with nothing but class. We will miss his long range bombs on Friday nights.”