Versatile athlete Bryan Addison Names Washington Football Team among his Top 7 finalists for Recruiting class of 2018
The Washington Football team is leveraging field success into recruiting gains. In fact, the Washington Huskies Recruiting Class of 2018 continues to make progress. In fact, the team continues to garner the legitimate interest of some of the nation’s top high school talents. Regardless of location, head coach Chris Petersen continues to send the message to prospects about the Washington Huskies. Today, that message came in loud and clear to Gardena, California’s Bryan Addison.
Bryan Addison is a very versatile football athlete who is as comfortable on the offense as the defensive side of the line of scrimmage. As such, he is a solid talent who will fit in a majority of college programs around the country.
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Addison is heavily recruited, which is why he has whittled 19 college programs down to a more manageable seven schools. Those schools include: Arizona State University, USC, UCLA, Arizona, Nebraska, Oregon, and of course, the University of Washington.
Many consider Addison a near-lock for the USC program, but many things change until National Signing Day. As a prospect weighs the decision on weather and national stage initially, ultimately the choice comes down to best program for an NFL Career.
After sending eight players to the NFL in 2017, the Washington Huskies will score highly in that department. And with a strong probability of landing in the NCAA playoffs again this year, the team will be highly competitive in the eyes of athletes seeking to launch themselves into the NFL.