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- The Huskies continued to build momentum in the 2022 recruiting class with the commitment of O’Dea OL Mark Nabou. Aaron has a breakdown on Nabou here. Nabou is a high three-star prospect who profiles as an interior lineman. At 6’4” and 311 lbs, he already has the body of a Power 5 offensive lineman.
- 247 also has a profile of Nabou and the impact of his commitment. Nabou became the first of a handful of promising in-state OL to get on the boat. As the spots fill up, it will be interesting to see how and when the likes of Josh Conerly, Dave Iuli, Malik Agbo, and Vega Ioane make their decisions.
- Even more Nabou! The Seattle Times also has a post on his commitment.
- Looking ahead to next year, Tacoma’s Jayden Wayne is one of the nation’s top prospects and probably the top pass-rushing recruit. He will tour the country this summer, but started with UW and had great things to say.
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