Arguably the biggest high school talent pool in the country, the Huskies have made an early impression on five-star Menlo-Atherton wide receiver Troy Franklin, who recently put the Huskies inside his top 11. It’s also definitely worth noting that Franklin plays on the Ford Sports Performance 7on7 team that’s quarterbacked by none other than Sam Huard. Menlo-Atherton also produced current Huskies Daniel Heimuli and Noa Ngalu.
Another top 10 player in the class is Josh Calvert‘s brother, Ethan Calvert at Oaks Christian High School. Josh proved to be an outstanding playmaker and excellent athlete during summer camp, and probably would’ve carved out a decent role for himself this year at middle linebacker if a knee injury didn’t derail his freshman campaign before it even got started.
While it’ll be tough, the Huskies will also definitely make a run at five-star defensive end Korey Foreman, because pairing Foreman with Tuimoloau, Smalls, and Laiatu Latu is an insane thought for Husky fans and opposing offensive lines alike. The chances that they land Foreman are slim right now, but anything is possible.