Washington Football combines spring training and spring break to max potential recruiting. Today the team got the verbal commitment of cornerback Kamren Fabiculanan
The Washington Football team is one of the best NCAA universities for any football players with aspirations of ending up on an NFL team secondary someday. The success rate of Coach Jimmy Lake has been nothing short of sensational. And I continue to wonder at the decisions of players who are recruited by Washington who choose to go elsewhere.
Don’t they deserve the best?
So today, the tell-tale tweet put the entire Washtington Football fanbase on aleart today. The familiar single-word by head coach Chris Petersen to let all know that a new player will join the Husky pack. But who?
The search is on!
And so, the search began to determine who that might be? Well the team has been looking to fill the secondary with 6-foot-0 plus defensive backs. That trend helps the team cover ever taller receivers.
Confirmed indeed. Later that day, Kamren Fabiculananen confirmed himself.
A good day for the Washington defense indeed! So what can we tell you about Kamren Fabiculanan?
Well, we know this much:
The video indicates he is 6-foot-2 in height, 180 pounds. And in the training, one pass caught in ten throw his way. But there is a solid interview by our sister site “ZonaZealots” by Shereen Rayan from March 2017 which I think you would enjoy
Let’s summarize what they learned. He measured in a year ago at 6-foot-2. That could go up as he is continuing to grow. In 2016, he made 32 tackles and broke up 12 passes. In 2017, he upped the stats to 72 tackles, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and one interception. We could not confirm the number of passes defended for 2017. Still, the fact remains that he is a young man with the right physical traits to be an outstanding defensive back.
Right mindset for “OKG”
But even moreso, he has a high IQ in football. He knows when to stay close to his receiver, and when to break on the ball. Those are the qualities which cannot be coached, which means they must be withing players when they arrive.
Fabiculanan has those characteristics. He has solid confidence, but you can sense his thirst for more knowledge, training, and opportunity. In committing to the Washington Football Team, you can bet he will get all he can want and more. The 2019 class is still in it’s early stages. But we already know the quarterback position will be pretty special with transfer student Jacob Eason. What better way to build a defensive back reputation than signing up to defend against his strong throwing arm on a daily basis.