Spring Junior Day: The List

There will be quite a few prospects on campus today for Washington's last major scrimmage of the spring. Here's a look at some of the players that will take part in the Junior Day events which include facilities tours and meetings with the coaches...





With Luke Wattenberg's commitment earlier this week, Eletise is the top lineman left on Washington’s board. He’s big, he’s athletic and he really finishes his blocks. In addition to his visit to Montlake this weekend, Eletise and his father are headed to Oregon and Oregon State this coming week while they are in the lower 48.



The top-rated tailback, as far as stars care concerned, on Washington’s board. McGrew had said he was hoping to make a commitment by the end of April, but it sounds like he may be pushing things out until the end of May or early June. Most feel McGrew is a strong lean to UCLA, but he’s maintained that isn’t the case and Washington looks to be right up at the top of his list along with UCLA, Arizona and Arizona State.



> Asiasi is a specimen at 6’4” and 265 pounds. He can run, he’s got soft hands and he plays with a bit of a mean streak. Many felt he was a lock for USC, but Washington is right in the mix with him. He’s up here with his father and godfather. Will this visit be enough to get UW an official visit out of him this fall? We’ll have to just wait and see.



Boston College currently is Umeh’s only offer, but the Huskies are giving him a long look. He’s athletic and he plays on one of the dominant teams in the Golden State. Umeh is explosive, evidenced by his 29 receptions for 536 yards and four touchdowns.



Tolliver is a defensive back prospect who can play either safety or corner. He totaled 52 tackles, four interceptions and eight pass breakups as a junior this past season. Tolliver currently holds offers from Colorado State and Washington State and he’s hearing from most of the Pac 12 including Washington.



Love didn’t get thrown at much last season, but he did manage to post 31 tackles and six pass breakups in 15 games last fall. He’s still waiting on some offers, but he’s been talking to a lot of Pac 12 and Mountain West programs.



Wedington, who will be a junior this fall, is one of the top athletes in the state regardless of class. He’s versatile, able to play either safety or defensive back on defense and slot, tailback and wide receiver on offense. He’s still waiting on his first offer. Washington has been showing him a lot of early interest.



Washington loves versatile athletes with long levers and athleticism. Fisk fits that bill perfectly and he’s only going to be a junior this fall.



Neville completed 50.4% of his passes for 1,902 yards, 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions as a sophomore this past fall. The junior-to-be doesn’t have any offers yet, but you can expect that to change this spring and summer after he hits the camp circuit.


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