Washington Football Recruiting: Five Verbal Commitments

Well, remember the Rising Stars Camp last year, with the eight commitments all at the same time? Sark and Lupoi didn’t quite repeat that feat, but they have come close, reeling in five verbal commitments over the last few days, most during the Camp or as a result of offers given at the camp.

Three of the players are members of the Class of 2014. Three-star safety Drew Lewis, has already been reported. He is joined by four-star cornerback Jonathan Lockett of Mater Dei High School in California and safety Lavon Washington of Oakland, California. Lockett in particular is a pretty serious prize, assuming his verbal turns into a signature in February.

Interestingly enough, the other two commits are very early members of the Class of 2015. 6’7″ 275 pound offensive lineman Trey Adams hails from Wenatchee, Washington, and 6’4″ 230 pound defensive end Joseph Wicker is from Long Beach, California. It is too early for either player to be ranked or starred or anything of that nature.

The Huskies now have six commits in the Class of 2014 to go along with the two 2015 kids, a sign that Washington’s recruiting success is continuing. With so many ace recruiters (Lupoi!) on staff and the brand new Husky stadium gleaming in the summer sun, don’t be surprised if a few more kids commit soon. When they do, we will let you know.

Topics: Football, Washington Huskies

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