Washington football continues to suffer from 2022 de-commitments.
Washington football’s latest coaching changes have brought about a series of de-commits from the 2022 recruiting class. The loss of defensive coordinator Pete Kwiatowski (last season), head coach Jimmy Lake, and offensive coordinator John Donovan (both this season), all seemed to be a factor in these decisions.
December brought about three de-commitments for Washington football
Jackson Stratton, Quarterback
Three-star quarterback Jackson Stratton was the first 2022 recruit to de-commit from the University of Washington this month.
Stratton is a 6-foot-4, 205-pound quarterback out of La Jolla, California. He had offers from Brown, Columbia, Florida International University, and Nevada, but chose to commit to the Washington Huskies under former head coach and offensive coordinator, Jimmy Lake and John Donovan.
Chance Bogan, Tight End
Chance Bogan was the second player of the month to de-commit from the Huskies. The three-star 6-foot-4 and 220-pound tight end initially chose to play college football close to home after taking zero other visits. However, following Donovan and Lake’s firings, Bogan announced that he would once again open his recruitment for consideration.
Bogan originally had offers from Arizona State, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon State, Tennessee, Utah, and Washington State. According to 247Sports’ Brandon Hoffman, Bogan is predicted to commit to the Huskies in-state rival, the Washington State Cougars.
OL Vega Ioane
Three-star offensive lineman Vega Ioane is the third and latest 2022 recruit to announce his de-commitment from Washington. Ione received an array of offers from all across the country but initially made the decision to stay close to home and play for the Huskies.
Out of Graham-Kapowsin High School, the 6-foot-4, 320-pound prospect has re-opened his recruitment. His latest offer and visit has come from the Minnesota Golden Gophers but his commitment still remains to be decided.
Since the beginning of this year, the Huskies have had another handful of recruits de-commit from the school; all of whom are three-star prospects. This includes ATH TJ Hall, DL Ben Roberts, OL mark Nabou, DT Sir Mells, and ATH Anthony Jones. You can view the Pac-12 de-commitment tracker here on sportspac12.com.