"I committed to Washington this morning," an excited Renfro told Dawgman.com before jumping on a plane to head back to California. "I just loved it there. It really felt like home to me the way the coaches made me feel and just my comfort level there, I loved it and I just knew that's where I wanted to be."
Renfro chose the Huskies over offers from Colorado State, Fresno State, Nevada, Northwestern, San Diego State, Utah and Washington State and he was getting heavy interest from schools like Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Michigan State, UCLA and USC.
"I was supposed to go to UCLA and USC's camp this coming week, but that's off now because I committed," Renfro noted. "They had pretty much said that I was in line for an offer if I came to their camps, but they wanted me at defensive back and Washington wants me at receiver and that's what I want to play, so I'm not going to go to the camps."
Renfro played last season at 185 pounds, but said he has added 10 pounds of muscle to his frame.
"I'm 6'2 and I've put on some size so I'm 195 pounds now," Renfro told Dawgman back in May.
As a junior this past fall, Renfro received All League, All Mid-Valley Division, All CIF and First Team California All State Junior Team honors after he racked up 71 receptions for 1,302 yards and 20 touchdowns on offense to go along with 55 tackles and an interception on the defensive side of the ball.
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