Weekend Visitors List - 1/23

There are only two more big recruiting weekends before Signing Day on February 4th. This weekend three committed players and one uncommitted local prospect will be on campus. Here's a profile of each prospect and where they are in the recruiting process...

O'Dea (Seattle, Wa.) RB Myles Gaskin - Gaskin committed to the Huskies in March and he never wavered. The talented tailback has been one of the best runners in the state for the past three years and he wrapped up his prep career with an 80-carry, 1,600-yard and 30-touchdown senior season while leading the Irish to the state quarterfinals.

Oceanside (Ca.) CB Jordan Miller - Miller was a player who the Huskies targeted early, formed a relationship with and then sealed the deal when he visited last summer. With his long frame (6'1, 175) and athleticism, Miller became a feared, lock-down corner who essentially shut down one side of the field finishing his season with 50 tackles, three interceptions and double-digit pass breakups.

Servite (Anaheim, Ca.) LS A.J. Carty - Carty was a player many scratched their heads on when UW took his commitment. Many take a long-snapper for granted until you see problems in the kicking game. Carty is widely considered one of the best on the West Coast and he's drawn rave reviews from Chris Rubio, the pre-eminent long-snapping guru on the West Coast if not the country.

Lynden (Wa.) DL Bryce Sterk - Sterk comes from a 2A powerhouse that has produced some FCS talent over the years but hasn't had a lot of players go to FBS programs. Sterk has been to several Husky games, has been recruiting by UW for a while and recently, head coach Chris Petersen and defensive line coach Jeff Choate dropped by and made the athletic defensive lineman an offer. Sterk is super-athletic for a young man his size (6'5, 235), having run hurdles and track for several years, and he's very close to making a decision. Oregon dropped by recently and he's tentatively scheduled a visit to Eugene for next weekend if he isn't ready to make his decision.


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