The next three
Ryan Otton– The younger brother of the Huskies’ All Pac-12 tight end Cade Otton, Ryan seems like a shoo-in to join his brother in purple and gold. Just like his brother, Ryan is a giant projectable athlete with the ability to contribute as both a run blocker and a pass-catcher. Recruiting experts have been projecting for months that he’ll be joining his brother on Montlake, and with the success Washington has had producing tight ends, the fit is obvious.
Dishawn Misa- Having another strong, sure tackling inside linebacker is never a bad thing, and Misa fits the mold perfectly. A true game wrecker at his position, Misa has the ability to do a little bit of everything. His run fits are excellent, and he’s fast enough to drop into coverage when needed. Closing on him should be of the highest priority for linebackers coach Bob Gregory.
Dave Iuli– Scott Huff coached his line up to be one of the best in the country, and Iuli would be a rockstar at guard. Whether it be as a lead blocker in the run game or in pass protection, Iuli can assert himself as a dominant force on the interior. With a year or two to develop behind players like Owen Prentice and Geirean Hatchett, Iuli has the potential to end up as an excellent player.