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Recruiting Roundup: Washington's Recruiting Hot Streak Continues

Miss any football recruiting headlines this week? No worries, we have you covered in today's Recruiting Roundup.

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  • Washington quietly picked up a third commitment on the day, this one from local 2016 DB Zechariah Brown who will be a walk-on. Here is his Hudl tape.

  • There's a bit of a competition going on among UW commits to be the best recruiter in the class:

  • 2018 QB commit Jacob Sirmon updated Scout on his recruitment and says his pledge to Washington is still solid. With Jake Browning being a senior in 2018 and the ability to still be close to his family, Jacob feels the situation is perfect for him at UW.
  • The commitment of 4-star DT Marlon Tuipulotu to Washington last weekend shocked a lot of the coaching staffs recruiting him, including UW coaches. One of the things Chris Petersen expects of his commits is that they shut things down and cancel visits to other schools. Tuipulotu spoke with The Oregonian about his commitment and says that it is a possibility that he could take a few visits to make sure he made the right decision. It's important to note that he doesn't have any visits planned and all he's saying is that it's a possibility.
  • Terrell Bynum spoke to Today's U about his decision to commit to Washington and said it was all about comfort. He says his trust in the coaching staff and the academics played a big part in his decision.
  • One of the fast rising OL prospects out West is 3-star center Michael Saffell out of Huntington Beach. He raved about his recent visit to Washington saying that it's a program with great coaches and facilities and he also loved the Built For Life message.