2020 seems like a long time from now. But in the timeline of an NCAA football head coach, that is just three recruiting classes away. And for those who snooze, they lose on some of the best talents yet-to-come.
Thankfully the Washington Football coaching staff does not rest. That vigilance keeps the team on the lookout for top talent before the national ranking system places the prospects on the map for the less discerning programs.
On one hand, there is the class of 2020 wide receiver Johnny Wilson. He is a 6-foot-3 wide receiver out of Calabasas, California.
Though early in the process, he has already attracted offers from seven college programs.
One of the keys to the 2020 class is the quarterback. And of course a quarterback is on the list. In fact, he’s a good one. 5-foot-11 quarterback Bryce Young out of Los Angeles, California shows all the right stuff to land a coveted Huskies offer.
Finally, the team will need a pair of fresh legs to chew up yards. Running back Kendall Milton is a 6-foot-1 talented runner out of Clovis California. And he is hungry to play.
The Washington Football team is a never ending challenge of restocking the roster with the players who want it most.
This weekend, the Huskies have extended offers to a number of deserving young men. And in coming weeks, each must learn to answer three questions posed to them with that offer.
I. Do I want it badly enough?
II. Can I make a commitment and see it through?
III. Don’t I deserve the best?
If the answer is yes to all three questions, the Washington Football team will soon be hearing commitments from them.