The recruitment of Scout.com's No. 1 defensive tackle in the 2016 class just got a bit more interesting.
Boss Tagaloa (De La Salle/Concord, Calif.), a 6-3, 295 lb. terror and the nation's No. 36 overall recruit, released his top-12 schools last night, and Washington coaches Chris Petersen and Jeff Choate are surely pleased to see that the Huskies made the cut.
God is Good... #Top12 pic.twitter.com/BXySjzBhPs— Boss Tagaloa (@_BT75) May 15, 2015
In his scouting report of Tagaloa, Scout's Greg Biggins says the following:
Tagaloa is an elite tackle prospect with the ability to step in and play early in college. He has a great frame and will easily be able to handle more weight without losing any of his athleticism. He's very strong, uses his hands well and has a non-stop motor. He's advanced technique wise already and has multiple pass rush moves. He can bull rush, split a double team and is very strong at the point of attack.
Check out some highlights of Tagaloa's junior season below, courtesy of Hudl.