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Recruiting Dots: Latest News on Washington Huskies Recruiting (1/18)

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Washington Huskies recruiting. We know you can't get enough.

Chris Petersen is driving towards a strong close to a quality class at the end of his first full year at Washington
Chris Petersen is driving towards a strong close to a quality class at the end of his first full year at Washington
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The Huskies coaching staff is out in full force over the next few weeks as they race towards the proverbial finish line in the annual football recruiting cycle.  This includes a big official visit weekend that will be wrapping up at Montlake this afternoon.

While there is precious little news coming out of Montlake, ur friends at SB Nation have helped us to compile a list of news bytes involving Husky recruits for in both the 2015 and 2016 cycles from all across the web.  It seemed like perfect Sunday morning reading as all of you prepare for a long day of Seahawks and Husky Men's Basketball.

So, here is our special Recruiting Edition of Dot...Dot...Dawg.

2015 Class Dots

  • Buena Park (Ca.) athlete Jaylinn Hawkins visited Utah and Washington and really enjoyed his time at Arizona State ($). Hawkins will also take visits to Cal and Oregon.  Hawkins is a "must-get" in my mind given the imbalance that UW has at WR in the forseeable future.  We'll learn a lot about what the Petersen staff can do on the trail with this dogfight.
  • Rockwall (Tx.) running back Chris Warren has Oklahoma State (January 16th), Texas, Texas Tech (January 23rd) and Washington (January 30th) in his final four. More about his plans as he continues to sort through his options ($). RB is also a critical area of need and Warren is widely viewed as amongst the top 5 of backs in the nation.  Landing him would be a huge coup for this staff.

2016 Class Dots