With just three scholarship wide receivers on the roster standing 6-2 or taller, the Huskies knew that they needed to add length to this year's recruiting class. It appears that they've done so by way of Jordan Chin, a 6-2, 170 lb. prospect out of Chaminade Prep in Los Angeles. Chin was previously committed to San Diego State, but decommitted soon after receiving an offer from Washington—his self-described "dream school"—and gave his pledge to the Huskies soon afterward.
Chin will almost certainly need at least a year in the weight room to stand the rigors of Pac-12 play and block second-level defenders effectively. However, you can't argue with his speed, as he runs a legitimate 4.5 40-yard dash.
Speed kills! Dawg fans please welcome WR Jordan Chin out of Chaminade, CA! #GoDawgs #NSD2016 pic.twitter.com/eFcuwLOGE8— Coach Petersen (@CoachPeteUW) February 3, 2016
Welcome @chincredible from @Chaminadesports 2 @UW_Football. Excited 2 c this guy on #TheGreatestSettinginCFB #NSD16 pic.twitter.com/osxiMQCrVZ— Bush Hamdan (@bushhamdan) February 3, 2016
You can check out the highlights of Jordan's senior year below, courtesy of Hudl.