Hunter Bryant announced late on social media late on Wednesday night that he has received an offer from the Huskies.
"It's amazin and its a blessing to get it," Bryant told Dawgman.com earlier today. "I love Washington and the coaching staff and just the program overall. They said I was a perfect fit for them and they seem like a pretty good fit for me."
Bryant said that Husky head coach Chris Petersen is the coach who extended the offer, but he's also been talking with tight ends coach Jordan Paopao.
"They offered me as a tight end, but Pete was telling me they do a bunch of different stuff with them," Bryant said.
This past weekend, Bryant along with several of his teammates, including 2016 LB Brandon Wellington, a UW commit, attended Washington's game with Cal.
"Everything went good, Bryant said. "I talked to some of the coaches and the redshirt freshman then I just watched the game with my teammates."
In addition to the offer from the Huskies, Bryant has also been hearing quite a bit from Rutgers and he's been getting a lot of intormation from Pac 12, Big Ten and Ivy League programs.
So far this season, Bryant leads the crusaders with 21 receptions for 585 yards and eight touchdowns through four games.
Bryant and the rest of his teammates will take on Seattle Prep at home tomorrow night.