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Recruiting Roundup: Several Husky Commits Start Their Senior Seasons

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Husky Commits Start Their Senior Seasons

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: APR 27 Washington Spring Game Photo by Joseph Weiser/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

After a wave of Husky commits it sounds like recruiting will slow down a little bit for a few weeks (until official visits start happening). However, several Husky commits started their senior seasons and here is a look at what they did:

3 star quarterback commit Ethan Garbers from Corona Del Mar HS, CA kicked off his senior season with a bang throwing for 8 touchdowns on 22 of 28 passing with 480 yards. Garbers led his team to a 57-14 victory over Downey High School.

Garbers teammate and Husky tight end commit Mark Redman had 5 catches in the contest with 79 yards and a touchdown.

4 star wideout commit Rome Odunze from Bishop Gorman HS, NV also played well in his teams win over Orem HS. Although no stats have been listed Odunze had an ankle breaking juke of a defensive back showcasing his big play ability.

Husky offensive lineman commit Myles Murao out of Mater Dei HS, CA also had a good game in his return to the field (he is coming off of a severe leg injury last year). Several observers noted that Myles was dominant in his opening game going against Centennial HS, CA.

It sounds like the Huskies will begin hosting some official visitors for the USC game (there are some big names that are expected to be in attendance including 4 star linebacker target Jordan Banks from Narbonne HS, CA).

Lastly, another big recruiting piece of news happened last week when 5 star linebacker Sav’ell Smalls from Kennedy Catholic HS, WA included UW in his top 6 list of schools (after basically eliminating them earlier). It sounds like things have started moving positively for UW recently with Smalls and UW and right now it looks like this could end up being an Alabama, and UW battle for his commitment.

That is all for now and as always follow me @asieverkropp.