— We’re settled at the airport, and can finally pass along the most recent UW signings: offensive lineman John Turner (Los Angeles) and defensive lineman Will Dissly (Bozeman, Mont.). The only committed player listed by the recruiting services whose signing has not been announced by UW is Lavon Washington, a running back/defensive back from Oakland. But there is at least one report out there that he has indeed signed.
— Naijiel Hale, a 4-star cornerback from Lakewood, Calif., has signed his letter. Hale is the son of late rapper Nate Dogg, and played at the same high school (St. John Bosco) as former UW quarterback Keith Price and safety Will Shamburger.
— Another letter from a defensive back, this one from cornerback Brandon Lewis (Rancho Murieta, Calif.)
— WR Dante Pettis (San Clemente, Calif.), OL Matt James, OL Jesse Sosebee (Garden Grove, Calif.) and Fife DL Kaleb McGary (Fife, Wash.) have all signed. Yes, McGary, considered one of the top offensive linemen recruits in this year’s class, is listed by UW as a defensive lineman.
— It’s official: Bellevue defensive back Budda Baker has signed his letter of intent with UW.
— And the letter for cornerback Darren Gardenhire (Long Beach, Calif.) is also in.
— Tristan Vizcaino, a kicker from Chino Hills, Calif., has signed his letter.
— The letter for one Bellevue High prospect is in. Defensive end Shane Bowman has signed.
— Sidney Jones, a cornerback from Diamond Bar, Calif., has signed his letter.
— The letter for defensive lineman Jaimie Bryant (Tumwater, Wash.) has been delivered.
— Greg Gaines, an offensive lineman from La Habra, Calif., has signed his letter of intent. He’s listed at
— Drew Lewis, who is listed as a linebacker from Eastlake High School in Sammamish, is Washington’s first signee of the day. He’s listed at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds. Here is his bio from the school.
Follow along with us today as we update this post with each national letter of intent that rolls into the Washington Huskies football offices.