- A dozen Washington commits landed on the News Tribune's Western 100 list. The Tribune also has a cool interactive map to show where each of the top 100 players have come from going back to 2008.
- 2016 commit Van Soderberg finished his last high school class on Friday and will enroll at UW in March for the Spring quarter. The Olympian writes about the Capitol punter making the switch from a Cougar to a Husky.
- 2016 Eastside Catholic WR Devon Arbis-Jackson is still hearing from a few Pac-12 schools, including Washington.
- Christian Caple writes about the unique recruiting approach of the Washington staff and how a commitment actually means something to them.
- Adam Jude writes about the progress the Washington staff have made building their fence around the state. Tahoma head coach Tony Davis says UW has "re-established themselves as the choice for Washington kids."
- Speaking of in-state players, a few UW legends and native Washingtonians described why they decided to stay home and play for the Huskies:
- Scout updated their state-by-state rankings and a number of Washington commits made some big moves up the boards.
- Though he made a big move in ESPN's ratings, WR commit Jordan Chin says that doesn't change anything:
Saw that I was made a 4 star today on ESPN, but stars never mattered cause when I get to U-Dub Im'a work like I had no stars— Jordan C. Chin TM (@chincredible) January 28, 2016
- 4-star 2017 DE Hunter Echols has said that he will make his commitment after a number of unofficial visits and this week he released the list of schools that he'll be visiting:
Unofficals I have decided to take ..— HUNTER (@hunter_tyb) January 27, 2016
SC ❤️✌ ️
Iowa state ❤️
- Washington extended a number of offers this week:
2018 TE Brevin Jordan
2019 QB JT Daniels
2017 WR Osiris St. Brown
2017 OT Austin Deculus