Dawson Jaramillo

Jaramillo Talks UW Visit, Future Plans

2018 Lake Oswego (Or.) OL Dawson Jaramillo visited Washington over the weekend and he updated how things went as well as what his plans are like for the rest of the year...


"It was my first time meeting coach (Scott) Huff in person, so it was a great chance to see him in action and talk with him one-on-one," Jaramillo told Dawgman.com. "He's a personable guy and he has a lot of energy and it showed during their practice. 

"After practice, I got to spend about 15 minutes with him and we talked about things, so it was a great chance to spend some quality time with him."

In addition to meeting with Huff, the visit was also a chance for his mother and brother to get a chance to go through the whole tour of the campus and facilities.

"My dad and I went up there last year, so it wasn't really new for us, but it was a chance for my mom and brother to see what Washington was all about," Jaramillo noted. "I really like it up there and it was a great chance to see everything again and realize again why I like it so much."

The Huskies are just one of eight schools to offer the big offensive lineman from the Beaver State and while he's still open to other schools, Jaramillo said he's only taking one more unofficial visit and has no plans to go to camps this summer.

"I'm visiting Oregon this weekend for their scrimmage," Jaramillo said. "I've actually been down there a few times -- for a workout one weekend and then I was down (in Eugene) for the Journey concert so we stopped by when we were there -- and I really like the staff there a lot.

"As far as camps, if I could see me going to a school, I'll look at possibly going to their camp, but right now, I just think it's a chance for me to rest up and get ready for my senior season, so I don't see me doing any camps at this point, but that could change," Jaramillo said. 

While he hasn't established a date he'd like to make a decision by, Jaramillo did give an indication for when a commitment could come.

"I want to take my visits, so it will most likely be after my season," Jaramillo said. "It's something I really want to think about and make sure I give myself the chance to see everything I need to see before I decide where I am going to spend the next four or five years of my life."

Jaramillo currently holds a four-star ranking with Scout.com and he's ranked as the 26th best offensive tackle in the country, fifth best in the west.

Dawgman.com will have more on Jaramillo in the coming months as he continues to work his way through the recruiting process.

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