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Caple: We all know where this is ultimately headed — two superconferences, including more than the 32 members committed at present — and I can’t fathom Washington or Oregon being excluded. What happens in the interim is anyone’s guess.
Speculating on realignment leverage, what Pac-12 uncertainty might do to UW's recruiting, my best guess at remaining spots in the 2023 class and an appreciation of John Prine in today's mailbag.https://t.co/66bNbGWvqu— Christian Caple (@ChristianCaple) July 14, 2022
Vorel: When it comes to closing the seismic revenue gap between the Pac-12 and college football’s Two Towers, it’s time for commissioner George Kliavkoff to get creative … or the conference he oversees may buckle and sink into the sea.
In today's mailbag: a (kind of?) educated guess on UW's conference destination, possible realignment recruiting implications, and question marks heading into the Huskies' fall camp https://t.co/ynLhGj27TW— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) July 14, 2022
Jordan Perryman came to Montlake to start at cornerback, earn all-conference honors and find his way to the NFL, same as at UC Davis. He just wanted to experience a bigger stage, gesturing in a sweeping motion to Husky Stadium’s double-deck grandness to emphasis his point.
Every UW corner is a sophomore or freshman ... except Jordan Perryman. https://t.co/cFdJC0Zqey— Washington Huskies on SI (@HuskyMaven) July 14, 2022
It’s nice to be desired:
P5 Desirability Rankings - Most Coveted Schools in Realignment:— WestCoastCFB (@WestCoastCFB) July 14, 2022
1. Ohio State
67. Oregon State
Cornerback Curley Reed is a big “get” for Kalen Deboer & staff:
When UW beats out LSU, half the SEC, USC and Oregon for a 4-star corner from Louisiana… something special is going on on Montlake, and I’m here for it! #TheJuiceIsLoose #GoHuskies https://t.co/qQPXBYoKqF— Tony Castricone (@Castricone) July 15, 2022
Interesting addition for the #Huskies out of Louisiana. Fits the mold of what the last guy typically liked at defensive back, long and physical with some athletic upside to mold. Reed will be a good case study on how the transition from The Boot to the PNW works out. https://t.co/C8mcE64pui— Cooper Petagna (@cpetagna247) July 14, 2022
Breaking: On300 CB Curley Reed commits to Washington— Sam Spiegelman (@samspiegs) July 14, 2022
Seattle is “huge and full of opportunities” and it “instantly hit him” during his official visit
More from @d1curloo: https://t.co/wAUgfehHAU pic.twitter.com/SgmzqsXQSQ
Reed is the 18th verbal commit for Washington’s 2023 recruiting class, and the 14th commit from official visits that took place during the last week of June:
Here's more on the breaking news that @UW_Football picked up their 18th verbal commitment for the 2023 recruiting class when Curley Reed (@d1curloo) announced his choice via Twitter. @Dawgman247 #GoHuskies #DawgPack #DeathRow #woof https://t.co/SCbuqtlIfW— *Chris Fetters (@Chris_Fetters) July 14, 2022
8 Husky student-athletes, 6 staff members & coaches, 1 transformational experience— Washington Athletics (@UWAthletics) July 14, 2022
UW representatives traveled to Houston, Tex. to join over 750 attendees for the annual @BSASummit.
@UW_Football x @UW_WSoccer x @UW_WBB x @UWGymnastics x @UWVolleyball x @UW_MBB pic.twitter.com/mEV6gG156P
This 4-star corner worked out pretty well: