The April signing period began on Wednesday, during which Washington received a national letter of intent from 4-star center Bryan Penn-Johnson. But the other prospect the Huskies were expected to add, 3-star forward Ed Chang, has decided to look elsewhere.
Gods plan.🙏🏿 pic.twitter.com/S0EclpC435
— edchang (@edchangggg) April 12, 2018
The 6-foot-7 Chang committed to Washington in July but never signed. He moved from Nebraska to Seattle with the intention of playing his senior year of high school at local power Garfield but was never cleared to play, per Adam Jude of the Seattle Times.
Chang was ranked by 247Sports as the No. 282 player in the country and the 65th-best small forward. He would have been the fifth member of Washington’s 2018 class along with Penn-Johnson, 4-star forward Jamal Bey, 3-star point guard Elijah Hardy and 3-star center Nate Roberts.