According to Scout.com's Marshall Cherrington, local prospect Kaleb McGary has committed to the Washington Huskies.
McGary, an offensive tackle prospect, is from Fife High School in Tacoma, Wash.
McGary chose the Huskies over Wisconsin and Washington St. among scholarship offers from other schools. The 6-foot-8, 270lb prospect officially visited Washington on Jan. 24 and then received in-home visits from both Washington St. and Wisconsin last week.
Rivals.com currenlty has McGary as a four-star recruit and was widely considered to be Washington Head Coach Chris Petersen's second-most important in-state recruit behind Bellevue High School's Budda Baker.
It is unknown what role Washington coaches have for McGary, and could use him as a defensive end depending on how the depth chart looks next fall.
Via ESPN Insider:
McGary is a projected developmental size prospect with no offensive tackle experience. Has played defensive end where we see toughness and playing strength at the point of attack; shows strong desire when pursuing the football down the line to the sideline. Some time and a red shirt year will be needed to add bulk while learning the technical aspects of the offensive tackle position.