Washington set out this recruiting cycle with a goal of bringing more size to their receiving corps and UW coaches have found their man in Chaminade Prep receiver Jordan Chin (6-2, 170). Chin announced his decision in a tweet today:
Jordan has been on the Huskies' radar for some time, but was only recently offered last week. Chin had been committed to San Diego State, but backed off of that pledge shortly after UW coaches offered him. The last player Washington flipped from SDSU, Azeem Victor, turned out ok. Jordan has said an offer from the Huskies had been a dream of his so he was extremely excited when Bush Hamdan and Jonathan Smith extended that offer during an in-home visit last Wednesday. Chin has been on his official visit this weekend and it looks as if that visit was enough to seal the deal.
As the leading receiver for Chaminade this season, Chin caught 37 passes for 607 yards and 5 TDs. Though listed on Scout at 170 lbs, there have been some questions over the accuracy of that claim. Jordan would likely benefit from a redshirt season and a year in the weight room. Be sure to watch his senior highlights below: