Hopes were high for last season’s Husky offense. Washington brought in a pair of 6’9+ 5-star recruits along with sharp shooting Kentucky transfer Quade Green. Add in a pair of wings in Naz Carter and Jamal Bey who finished with above average offensive efficiency ratings the prior season and seemed primed for a breakout and it was hard to imagine the team not scoring at will.
Instead Washington finished with the 112th ranked offense per KenPom. That comes on the heels of a 110th ranked offense the prior year. Essentially swapping out the crew above for Jaylen Nowell, Noah Dickerson, Matisse Thybulle, David Crisp, and Dominic Green led to the exact same results.