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Recruiting Roundup: Huskies Offer A Few New Prospects In The 2021 Class

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Huskies Extend Some New Offers

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Happy mother’s day Dawg fans. I hope you all the mothers out there are having a great day today. On the recruiting front the Huskies have been busy and this last week there was 2 new 2021 offers that went out. With a small class expected this year the Huskies are being their usual selves and not extending too many offers but also trying to make sure they bring in the right guys. Here is a look a who was offered:

3 star defensive tackle Jacob Schuster from Tumwater HS, WA was offered a few days ago by the Huskies. Playing for a smaller school Schuster has been flying a little under the radar but when you watch his film you can see that he is a legit defensive tackle with a lot of upside. Listed at 6’2” and around 300 pounds Schuster is rated as the 42nd best defensive tackle by 247sports. With offers from WSU, Michigan (who just offered), and Cal The Huskies will have a little bit of a battle on their hands however I do think the Huskies will win out and land Schuster. It looks like the Huskies are planning on taking at least 3 defensive tackles in the 2021 class (they already have 2 committed). Schuster looks like he could be a nose tackle if he adds a little more weight or play the 3 tech (he has the quickness to play the 3 technique). If the Huskies can land Schuster they will have a good trio of prospects that they are bringing in after not landing any in the 2020 class.

3 star running back Caleb Berry from Ludlum HS, TX was offered by the Huskies on his birthday this last week. Listed at 6’0” and around 190 pounds Berry is a downhill runner that has good speed and shiftiness. With offers from Arkansas, Nebraska, and Boise State the Berry is rated as the 43rd best running back in the country per 247sports. The Huskies are looking to add at least running backs in the 2021 class (1 power back and 1 speed back it looks like, with Caleb Berry being a speed back). The Huskies are trying to build some inroads in Texas (after landing 2 players last year from the Longhorn state).

The Next few weeks look like they will be quiet with some new offers probably going out as the recruiting board shakes itself out. With 6 commits in the 2021 class the Huskies are waiting on some of their top targets to make their decision.

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