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Recruiting Roundup: Husky Coaches Extend Several New Offers In The 2021 and 2022 Classes

Huskies Extend Several New Offers In The 2021 and 2022 Classes

NCAA Football: Washington State at Washington Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports

Husky coaches have been scouring the country and extending offers in the 2021 and 2022 classes recently. The Huskies have been a lot more aggressive in extending early offers on the recruiting trail under coach Lake. Here is a real down of some of most recent offers that Coach Lake and his staff have offered:

4 star offensive guard Josh Simmons from Helix HS, CA recently decommitted from Oregon and opened his recruitment back up. Rated as the 13th best guard in the country, Simmons holds offers from USC, Georgia, LSU, Oregon, and Michigan. Listed at 6’6” and around 280 pounds Simmons is one of the best guards in the country and the Huskies will be hoping to get him on campus after the Coronavirus lockdown ends. If they can get him on campus the Huskies will be in the thick of his recruitment but right now it looks like they are on the outside looking in.

3 star defensive end Eric Gentry from Neumann Goretti HS, PA also is another 2021 recruit who was recently offered by the Huskies. Listed at 6’6” and around 205 pounds Gentry holds offers from Oregon, Tennessee, Maryland, ASU and several other schools. 247sports has Gentry rated as the 43rd best weakside defensive end in the 2021 class. Looking at his frame it looks like Gentry is in the mold of a Joe Tryon type player. Gentry is another player that will need to make it to Montlake to really gauge how interested he really is in UW.

4 star defensive end Tyson Ford from John Burroughs HS, MO was also recently offered by UW. Listed at 6’6” and around 220 pounds Ford has been offered by Texas A&M, Missouri, Notre Dame, and several other schools. Rated as the 219th best prospect in the 2022 class Ford is another national prospect that the Huskies are after.

4 star wide receiver/tight end Keyan Burnett from Servite HS, CA is another 2022 player that the Huskies recently offered. Listed at 6’5” and around 215 pounds Burnett is rated by 247sports as the 205th best player in the 2022 class and one of the top wideouts on the west coast. Burnett currently has offers from the likes of Miami, USC, ASU and Utah. The Huskies have had a lot of recent success from Servite (they have been able to land Keith Taylor and Julius Irvin).

4 star defensive tackle Dejon Roney from Etiwanda HS, CA was also offered by UW. Listed at 6’4” and around 295 pounds Roney is rated by 247sports as the 220th best player in the 2022 class. Roney looks like he will be one of the top defensive tackles in the 2022 class and the Huskies were one of the first to offer Roney and joined the likes of Miami, Oregon and USC in offering Roney.

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