This afternoon the Huskies got some welcome news when 4-star tight end Jack Yary from Vista Murrieta committed to UW. Yary had originally signed with USC in February but was released from his LOI after having some second thoughts, and ultimately both USC and Yary agreed to part ways. Jack’s father Ron was a legend at USC and became the #1 overall pick in the 1968 NFL Draft.
Listed at 6’6” and around 246 pounds Yary was rated by 247Sports as the 10th best tight end in the country. When you watch him play you can see how good of a receiver he is and how big he is. The Huskies really wanted to add Yary in February and joining him to fellow 4-star tight end Mark Redman in the 2020 class (plus Mason West) is a major coup. Yary will be enrolling shortly and eligible to play whenever the season starts (he’s already on the official roster).
The Huskies already have 2 tight ends committed in the 2021 class and it’s likely they will pass until 2022 with a loaded in-state crop to add someone else at the position.
You can check out our own Coach B’s breakdown of Yary’s film right here.
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