Fresh off an easy win over Sacramento State and the public commitment of local 4-star CB Isaiah Gilchrist from Bellevue H.S., here's the latest on football recruiting:
News broke this week that Washington's top 2017 target is expected to miss his junior season due to injury:
Multiple sources are telling me that Graham-Kapowsin LT Foster Sarell has been lost for the season to an arm injury.— Ryland Spencer™ (@RylandNEI) September 6, 2015
Foster Sarell, Scout's 8th overall ranked player, dislocated a bone in his arm and doctors are not confident that he'll be able to return for Graham-Kapowsin this season. Foster says that he will work to get back on the field in 4-6 weeks with a cast.
- Scout 300 DE Levi Onwuzurike says he would like to take a visit up to UW.
- Isaiah Chambers, another Texas stud DE, has locked in his visit:
- AZCentral.com has a nice profile on Chandler (AZ) Basha 2017 QB Ryan Kelley. Ryan plays for my alma mater and I've seen him play quite a few times. I can tell you first hand that he is a fantastic talent.
- 2017 TE Colby Parkinson visited Washington a couple months ago and liked what he saw. Since then he has seen his recruitment pick up and it might turn in to quite the battle for the talented Westlake Village product.
- Lightly recruited Mount Si WR Parker Dumas is staying positive and patient when it comes to the recruiting process. He says he has been hearing from UW coaches.
- 2017 QB Aidan Willard out of Napa, CA plans on visiting Montlake in October. ($)
- Elite 2017 DT Greg Rogers has already compiled a crowded field of suitors. He has Washington among the schools that interest him most.
- 2017 Safety Brandon McKinney has been favoring Washington for some time, but a recent UCLA offer may shake things up. Greg Biggins does not expect McKinney to make a decision any time soon, but says he feels Washington and UCLA are the top schools in Brandon's recruitment.
- 2018 linebacker Merlin Robertson has already created magic on the field playing for his Gardena Serra team and that performance has caught the attention of numerous college programs including Washington.
- The guys at Dawgman have a rundown of how some of the Husky commits have done so far this season
- Chris Petersen and Jimmy Lake attended the Bellevue - Bishop Gorman game on Friday. Numerous UW targets in that match up:
- Sean McGrew had a fantastic night showing a national audience on ESPNU just how talented he is:
Hat trick for Sean McGrew. Third touchdown of the night. Not a great year for RBs in CA, but McGrew is terrific and a big get for UW.— RecruitingNation (@ESPNRNFball) September 12, 2015
Aaron Fuller continues his stellar senior campaign:
A couple of UW targets seem to have enjoyed their time on campus this weekend: