The Huskies got their first defensive commitment for the 2015 class in Jordan Miller, a 6'1" 175 pounder out of Oceanside California. Miller will likely slot in as a corner if and when he officially becomes a Husky.
At his current height he's already got great length for the secondary, and should he grow at all he'll have that Richard Sherman type length that so many teams are starting to really pursue.
Miller held offers from Boise State, Oregon State, Utah, and Wasington State among others before offering his verbal to the University of Washington. He is ranked by Scout as the #75 corner in the country, and 247 does not have him evaluated yet.
Oceanside, Calif., three-star athlete Jordan Miller has committed to #Washington— Adam Gorney (@adamgorney) July 20, 2014
His Hudl highlights from his junior year don't show a ton, but here they are regardless (there are more on his Hudl page):