Weekend Visitors List

The final weekend of recruiting visits before the month-long dead period will see four visitors on Montlake to see the sights, meet with the coaches and see the Husky Football Experience up close and personal...

Here's a look at who is currently on campus this weekend to see what the Husky football program has to offer...

Laney (JUCO) DL Anthony Fotu - The big and athletic lineman has seen his stock rise over the past couple of months as more schools have gotten a look at what he can do from almost every position along the defensive line. Washington really gained a lot of ground with the hard work they put in toward the end of the season and now they have a chance to add him to their roster. Fotu will sign with a school next week, so getting this final visit was definitely a bonus for the Dawgs.

Federal Way (Wa.) ATH Chico McClatcher - McClatcher is one of the most electric playmakers in the state over the past couple of years. He's super-quick and he could play several spots, but appears destined for a slot receiver spot at the next level. Washington has made a late push on McClatcher now that he's fully qualified and he recently told Dawgman.com that there is a chance he could commit to the Dawgs this weekend.

Highland (Pocatello, Id.) LB Kyler Manu - The leader of one of the top defenses in the state of Idaho, Manu had the look of a real player when he arrives at Washington this spring. Manu committed to the Huskies after taking an unofficial visit during the summer and has never wavered. Manu projects at almost any of the linebacker spots the Huskies will put on the field this fall, but the hope is that they will be able to redshirt him.

Etiwanda (Ca.) TE Mike Neal - Neal had a solid season from his hybrid tight end/wide receiver spot for the Eagles this past season, hauling in 21 receptions for 353 yards and seven touchdowns for a team that really struggled to throw the ball this year. Neal fits into the mold of what Washington is trying to do at the tight end spot -- athletic guys who are more quick than big, but who still have to be able to block -- and he really impressed the staff when he showed up at one of their camps on California last summer. Neal committed to the Huskies shortly after getting his offer and he pretty much shut down his recruiting once he made his choice.

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