Washington signs a fifth

Lorenzo Romar and Washington look to have finally rounded out their 2011 recruiting. The Huskies picked up a commitment from Martin Breunig on Saturday.
A 6-foot-9 power forward who hails from Germany, Breunig was making a college choice for the second time.
The product of Delafield (Wisc.) St. John's Northwest Military Academy had initially signed with Maryland. But, when Gary Williams announced his retirement, Breunig decided to look elsewhere.
A skilled four man with athleticism and faceup skills, Breunig's commitment was confirmed by SJNMA assistant coach Bryan Clayton.
Ranked #137 in the final Rivals150 for the class of 2011, Breunig joins a class that already includes five-star Tony Wroten and three-stars Hikeem Stewart, Jernard Jarreau and Andrew Andrews.