Folsom (Ca.) QB Jake Browning - Browning committed to Washington back in the spring and hasn't wavered in his decision. In fact, he's signed financial agreement papers and will enroll in January. With that in mind, he's taking a visit early since Folsom most likely will make a deep run in the state playoffs. Browning had offers from schools across the country including Alabama, California, Boise State and Utah among others.
Sierra Canyon (Chatsworth, Ca.) WR Isaiah Renfro - Scout has Renfro listed as a four-star safety, but Washington wants him as a wideout and he's putting up the number you'd expect out of a difference maker at the position as he's managed to haul in 24 receptions for 558 yards and four touchdowns. Renfro chose Washington during the summer over the likes of Colorado State, Fresno State, Washington State and Utah among others.
George Bush (Richmond, Tx.) DE/LB Myles Rice - Washington and Houston are the two schools battling it out for Rice, the only uncommitted player on the list this week. The talented pass-rusher is being recruiting specifically to play the BUCK linebacker spot and with his long frame, he appears to be a very nice fit.
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