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Recruiting Roundup: 4 Star Tight End Checking Out Husky Campus & Other Notes

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4 Star Tight End Checking Out Montlake

NCAA Football: Washington at Oregon State Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

Good Morning Husky fans. With limited spots left in the 2021 Husky coaches are trying to fill the rest of their class and focus on the 2022 class.

One of the players the Huskies would live to add to their 2021 class is 4 star tight end Brock Bowers from Napa HS, CA. Rated as the #2 tight end in the 2021 class Bowers is listed at 6’3” and around 225 pounds. Bowers has been on campus, checking it out on his own, before he makes his decision between UW and Georgia. The Huskies already have 1 tight end (and a H back), and with Otton and possibly Jacob Kizer possibly leaving after this year they are trying to add a 2nd tight end in the class. When you watch Bowers film you can see that he is an athletic tight end in the mold of former Husky Hunter Bryant. The Huskies have been rumored to be trailing Georgia but that is before he was able to check out the Husky campus. A decision should come soon now that Bowers has been able to check out Montlake.

At safety the Huskies are trying to add at least one in the 2021 class. So far the Huskies have offered 4 safeties (2 of whom have already committed elsewhere). One of those players that the Huskies have targeted is Placide Djungu-Sungu From Martin HS, TX. Listed at 6’0 and around 170 pounds Djungu-Sungu is a ball hawking safety who holds offers from Duke, Northwestern, and Utah. It sounds like Djungu-Sungu is going to narrow his list today. Last year Djungu-Sungu had 83 tackles, 4 tackles for a loss, and 2 interceptions. The Huskies would love to add Djungu-Sungu to their defensive back room.

In the 2022 class the Huskies have extended 51 offers (compared to 95 being extended in the 2021 class). 2 of the most recent offers have gone out to a local running back a wide receiver from Oregon.

3 star running back Djouvensky Schlenbaker from Squailcum HS, WA had a stellar sophomore year rushing for over 2,000 yards and accounting for 27 touchdowns. The Huskies extended an offer to Schlenbaker who is originally from Haiti, is listed at around 6’1” and 210 pounds. The Huskies joined Cal, WSU, and Virginia Tech in offering Schlenbaker who looks like the best running back in the state for the 2022 class.

The Huskies also extended an offer to 4 star wideout Darrius Clemons from Westview HS, OR (after seeing him clock a sub 4.4 40 last week). Listed at 6’3” and around 195 pounds Clemons holds offers from Michigan, Penn State, Oregon, Notre Dame, and Stanford. The Huskies are involved with some of the top wideouts on the west coast in the 2022 class and Clemons will be a player to track (as a Husky fan).

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