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Big recruiting day for Husky football with seven commitments

Post by Ryan Divish on June 29, 2012 at 3:17 pm with 2 Comments »
June 29, 2012 4:02 pm

It was expected to happen. There were rumblings that several high school athletes in Seattle for the University of Washington Rising Stars Football Camp could commit to the Huskies today. But seven? Well, that might have been a little unexpected. In a big recruiting day for head coach Steve Sarkisian and his ace recruiter Tosh Lupoi, the Huskies got seven verbal commitments from athletes, bringing their total number of commits to 15.

According to Scout.com, the Huskies got commitments from the following players …

NamePositionHigh SchoolHometownScout RatingRivals ratingESPN rating
Demorea Stringfellow Wide ReceiverRancho Verde HS Moreno Valley, CA************
Elijah QuallsDefensive tackleCasa Grande HS Petaluma, CA**********
Lavon Coleman Running BackLompoc Senior HSLompoc, CA**********
Daeshon HallDefensive EndLancaster HSLancaster, TX**********
Caleb TuckerLinebackerOuachita Parrish HS Monroe, LA********
Andrew Basham Defensive linemenLynnwood HSLynnwood, WA******NR
Poasi MoalaOffensive tackleRancho Verde HS Moreno Valley, CA******NR

With the commits, Washington moved to the 11th overall recruiting class on Scout.com, behind only USC. The Huskies rank 15th on Rivals

According to the ratings, Demorea Stringfellow, an explosive receiver is the best of the group. Here’s some video of the 6-3, 200-pound playmaker. He joins fellow wide receiver recruit Darrell Daniels. Both players are in ESPN’s Top 150 Daniels is ranked 54th and Stringfellow ranked 73rd.

Here’s some video of Elijah Qualls.


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  1. beefcurtain says:


  2. will they stay committed to Dawgs? we’ll see, hope so.

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