Nigel Williams-Goss remembers clearly the first time he met Lorenzo Romar.
He was 14 and attending a Portland Trail Blazers game with his mother Valerie when the Washington men’s basketball coach walked into the room.
Romar was there to watch his former UW star Brandon Roy, not knowing he was sitting in front of the No. 1-rated seventh-grade basketball player in the nation.
Williams-Goss introduced himself and said he was interested in attending a UW basketball summer camp.