Update: Pola-Mao has been a huge fan of the Huskies for quite some time and this will be his first time on campus. He's bringing his family, sans his younger brother, 2018 DL Matthew Pola-Mao, who had hoped to make the trip but will need to stay home due to a school commitment. Many thought he could possibly make a decision on or shortly after returning from his visit, but, at least publicly, he told Scout's Blair Angulo that he's planning to visit other schools including Notre Dame, USC, California and Arizona State before he makes his decision.
Our Take: The Huskies have been the leader for Pola-Mao for a while and we still think there's a chance he could make a quick decision, but he may wind up waiting to make sure he's making the right decision for himself. One of the biggest draws to Washington is that he could wind up playing safety or outside linebacker for them depending on how he grows. He's formed a strong relationship with Jimmy Lake and Jordan Paopao and he likes the direction of the program.
2018 Bothell (Wa.) QB Jacob Sirmon
2018 Archbishop Murphy (Everett, Wa.) CB Kyler Gordon
2017 Sumner (Wa.) RB/DB Connor Wedington
2017 Eastside Catholic (Sammamish, Wa.) TE Hunter Bryant
2017 Skyline (Sammamish, Wa.) OL Henry Bainivalu
**Note: We expect there to be a handful of other visitors on campus this weekend, but these are the ones we have been able to confirm.