Davit Boyajyan has put pen to paper and is officially a Washington Husky!
The Clovis North High School (Fresno, CA) product committed on September 24th - the same day he was offered - and never wavered. His only other offers were from local school Fresno State, and Sacramento State in the FCS ranks. He’s definitely an under-the-radar prospect, but the coaches liked what they saw and accepted a commitment from him pretty early on. He cited in an interview with the UW Dawg Pound that Nebraska contacted him after his commitment to UW, so his stock is certainly rising.
Like most D1 offensive line prospects, he moves well for his size and is a physical player in high school. 247 lists him at 6-6, 305 pounds so he has ideal size for a future offensive tackle.
He’ll most likely redshirt his freshman year, and then have to compete for spot in the rotation with the likes of Zachary Henning, Samuel Peacock, Soane Faasolo, Jalen Klemm, Robert Wyrsch, Elishah Jackett, and Kahlee Tafai, who all project as possible tackle prospects. Not to mention the recent addition of Drew Azzopardi who has three years of eligibility. The coaches will certainly have their pick of the litter to find two bookend tackles, and Boyajyan has the skills to be one of those players.
His only posted highlights are from the first five games of his senior season, which you can check out below:
And here’s what he posted when committed:
I am blessed to announce my commitment to @UW_Football!! I would like to thank all my family, friends, and coaches because without them none of this would have been possible. All Glory To God ️ @scotthuffUW @KalenDeBoer @Robbie_Proano @PlayerProMorgan @BrandonHuffman pic.twitter.com/8ljhFXVPvt— Davit Boyajyan (@BoyajyanDavit) September 25, 2023
Welcome to Montlake, Davit!