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- The Huskies got a commitment on Monday night from a local LB prospect.
- And then followed it up with another LB commitment, this time from Hawaii. He spoke about his decision with 247’s Blair Angulo.
Nothing left to say‼️1000% COMMITTED pic.twitter.com/PIot87W4FD— Miki Ah You (@mikiahyou) June 12, 2018
- Hopefully this is the second of many more commitments from Hawaiian players as several other UW targets took notice:
Congrats Uso! I couldn’t be more happy and proud of this guy! One of the most hardworking and ALL heart guy! Love you uce... Purple Reign? https://t.co/vd3xilGjaM— 5 (@maninoa_tufono) June 13, 2018
- The Dawgman guys did a recruiting podcast following Tuputala’s verbal but before Ah You’s, talking about everything related to UW recruiting.
- Dawgman also has a ranking of the most brutal losses in Husky football history. If you’re in a good mood already you might want to save that link.
- Another day, another story about what poor financial shape the Pac-12 is in.
- Phil Steele’s college football preview is now for sale but here are some UW-relevant highlights:
Phil Steele’s Pac-12 Predictions— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) June 12, 2018
Phil Steele’s First-Team All-Pac-12 Offense— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) June 13, 2018
Jake Browning, UW
Bryce Love, Stan
Myles Gaskin, UW
N’Keal Harry, ASU
JJ Arcega-Whiteside, Stan
Tyler Vaughns, USC
Kaden Smith, Stan
Toa Lobendahn, USC
Nate Herbig, Stan
Kaleb McGary, UW
Walker Little, Stan
Trey Adams, UW
Phil Steele’s First-Team All-Pac-12 Defense— SportsPac12 (@SportsPac12) June 13, 2018
Bradlee Anae, Utah
Jalen Jelks, UO
Greg Gaines, UW
Jordon Scott, UO
Cameron Smith, USC
Troy Dye, UO
Ben Burr-Kirven, UW
Bobby Okereke, Stan
Iman Marshall, USC
Jalen Thompson, WSU
Tayor Rapp, UW
Matt Gay, Utah
Mitch Wishnowsky, Utah
- ICYMI: MLB player and Husky alumnus Jake Lamb was ecstatic watching his brother get the walk-off sacrifice fly to send the Huskies to their first CWS.
"We don't feel like we have to change a lot of things. We feel like we're in the right mindset, and we're excited to enjoy the reward for all of the hard work."— Washington Baseball (@UW_Baseball) June 12, 2018
Full video from head coach Lindsay Meggs' media session before Washington heads to the #CWS.#DaWgStrong pic.twitter.com/kzFK4n6lzf
- Matt Calkins at the Seattle Times writes that UW’s athletic department is in great shape from top to bottom.
- The Huskies offered a pair of talented players for 2020 and 2021 yesterday.
Five-star 2020 guard Josh Christopher picked up an offer from Washington tonight. @LVProspects— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) June 13, 2018
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