"From AZ Washington #Blessed #GoDawgs #NewHome", Curtis tweeted out at 9 am PT Tuesday morning, complete with a link to a picture of Husky Stadium.
Curtis had offers from most of the schools in the Pac 12, but chose the Huskies after narrowing things down to Washington and Arizona State.
The four-star offensive lineman has been told by Washington they see him playing on the defensive side of the ball.
We will have more on this breaking news after we are able to catch up with Curtis.
Natrell Curtis Scout Profile
Curtis commits to UW
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