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Recruiting Roundup: A Look at Who Might Be the Next 2020 Commitment

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Recruiting Roundup

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With spring right around the corner and spring recruiting visits beginning in a few weeks, recruiting is really going to start heating up. The Huskies have extended 49 offers so far for the 2020 class, and it sounds like they are about to land a few upcoming commitments this spring when players visit campus and get a chance to sit down with the coaching staff. Here is a look at some of the prospects who could commit to UW this spring:

3-star tight end Mark Redman from Corona Del Mar HS, CA has been high on the Huskies for a while. Redman has recently been getting offers from the likes of Alabama, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, and Ohio State and has seen his recruiting stock trend up. Listed at 6’6” and around 250 pounds, Redman has ideal size for the tight end position. He is looking to visit UW in April and it looks like the Huskies are leading right now for his commitment. Based on his offers, it looks like Redman is probably underrated and could see a huge jump in his ranking. 247sports rates him the tenth best tight end in the class. Here are some of his highlights:

4-star offensive lineman Geirean Hatchett from Ferndale HS, WA has visited UW multiple times. He has also visited several other schools to try and find the best fit. Right now it looks like UW’s main competition for his services is Ohio State and Oklahoma. Listed at 6’5” and around 275 pounds, the Huskies project Hatchett at offensive guard. He is expected to visit UW again this spring and it looks like the Dawgs are leading for his services. 247sports rates Hatchett a top 200 prospect and the eighth best guard nationally. Hatchett has stated he wants to commit before his senior year. Here is a look at some of his highlights:

3-star quarterback Ethan Garbers from Corona Del Mar HS, CA recently visited UW unofficially and holds offers from UCLA, Georgia, Miami, Utah, WSU, and UW. Garbers has been on a whirlwind tour recently, visiting UW, WSU, Utah, and Colorado. UW looks to be in a good position with Garbers and it would not be surprising if UW lands his commitment this spring. Listed at 6’2” and around 200 pounds Garbers, has pretty good attributes for the position but the one thing that stands out is his accuracy. Coach Pete really looks for accurate quarterbacks and Garbers would fit that mold. Getting a quarterback to commit early definitely helps jump-start the recruiting class, especially on the offensive side of the ball. 247sports has him rated as the 41st best pro-style quarterback in the class, which (based on his offer list) is probably a little low. Here are some highlights of Garbers in action:

Other candidates that could be early commitments for the Huskies include 4-star cornerback Ayden Hector from Eastside Catholic, 4-star running back Sam Adams from Eastside Catholic, and 4-star wideout Jalen McMillan from San Joaquin Memorial HS, CA. All will visit UW in the coming weeks, and if the visits go well, could end up Dawgs.

The Huskies look to be in good shape with a lot of their top prospects and it wouldn’t be surprising if they landed some commits prior to their rising stars camp in June.

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