The 2016 prospect, who many feel may be the top QB in the entire 2016 class, has committed to the University of Georgia.
Chris Petersen and his staff were late making an offer to Eason, which raised the question of if he fit the "OKG" standard. There's no doubt that Eason is talented and will likely make an impact wherever he plays his college ball, but the Huskies are loaded at the QB position, with four 4-stars already on the roster -- all sophomores or younger -- and another set to arrive next fall. There's no cause for concern here at all, as the University of Washington has always been able to get elite level quarterbacks, and this is a long way down the road anyway.
The staff will adjust fire and move on, and they'll be fine under center for years to come.