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Recruiting Roundup: Making Some Predictions For The 2022 Recruiting Class

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Recruiting Roundup: Making Some Predictions For The 2022 Class

NCAA Football: Stanford at Washington Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Happy Sunday Husky fans. I know I have been saying this for a while, but there still isn’t much going on in recruiting right now. The Husky staff are still recruiting but there aren’t any new offers (there have been some preferred walk on offers, but no new scholarship offers). Today I wanted to take a stab at making some predictions for the 2022 class (note: these are early predictions).

The first prediction I will make is that UW will fill out their entire offensive line class in the state of Washington. I believe that the Huskies will eventually end up landing 4 star tackle Josh Conerly from Rainier Beach HS, WA, 4 star offensive tackle Malik Agbo from Todd Beamer HS, WA, 3 star offensive guard Vega Ioane from Graham Kapowsin HS, WA, and 3 star offensive guard Mark Nabou from O’Dea HS, WA. The Huskies also have a great shot at Dave Iuli from Puyallup HS, WA, but I think they will miss on at least 1 offensive lineman in state in the 2022 class. Offensive line coach Scott Huff is a big-time recruiter and he will beat out some of the best teams to land some of the local bosses.

The 2nd projection that I will make is that the Huskies will bring in another elite wideout in the 2022 class. They already have a commitment from 4 star wideout Germie Bernard from Liberty HS, NV, and I believe that they will land a commitment from one of their bigger targets on the board. It could be 4 star wideout CJ Williams from Mater Dei HS, CA or 4 star wideout Darrius Clemons from Westview HS, OR (they also have a great shot at 4 star wideout Tobias Merriweather from Union HS, WA). The Huskies are battling some of the best schools in the country for some of these wideouts, but I believe they will land one of these elite wideouts in the 2022 class.

The last early prediction I will make is that the Huskies will bring in at least half of their 2022 class from the state of Washington (I predict at least 8 commits from the state). So far they have offered 10 prospects in the state of Washington, and it looks like there could be a few more guys who could get offers before the end of spring. The in-state class for the 2022 class is loaded and is deep which will help the Huskies greatly in the 2022 class.

Those are my early predictions for the class, and I am curious to hear what you predict will happen in the 2022 class.