"He's sorta laying the groundwork for the rest of our class. He talked a lot about what he's experienced so far, what it was like in the workouts, the expectations, stuff like that. He really did a good job of showing me what it was like to be a Husky."
Baccellia also got to meet some of the other commits in the class.
"I was up there with the linebacker, Ben (Burr-Kirven), and the lineman from Washington (Trey Adams). They were really cool guys. I got along with them well," Baccellia said. "Since we are from different areas, we didn't really know each other much, but I think we've formed some good early relationships, so it was good to spend time with them.
"I'd honestly say that was the best part -- spending time with my future teammates."
Baccellia sat down with wide receivers coach Brent Pease and the two discussed his role once he arrives this summer.
"They see me in the same role as Jaydon Mickens and John Ross," Baccellia said. "They want to use me out of the slot, use me on fly sweeps, stuff like that. I mean, I am open to anything they want me to do. I just have to go in and work hard and be ready for anything."
Baccellia played in just eight games for the Warriors, but still managed to post 18 receptions for 392 yards and five touchdowns.
The talented wideout plans to sign and fax his letter-of-intent early in the morning on February 4th, Signing Day, and then will take part in a Signing Day Event at his school later that day.
Andre Baccellia Scout Profile
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