Bellevue (Wa.) LB Myles Jack - Jack is the last prized recruit in the state of Washington that still is undecided on where he wants to go. Yes, he remains a commitment to UCLA, the school he's been committed to since the summer, however, he recently tripped to Washington and word is he's contemplating taking an unofficial visit to Montlake this weekend.
St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Ca.) OL Nico Falah - He's been committed to USC for a while, but Washington is still definitely in the mix for him. He's one of the top tackle prospects left on the West Coast that the Huskies have a chance with and as of this week they were still in the mix.
Lincoln (San Diego, Ca.) LB Tyrell Robinson and WR/DB Tyree Robinson - The Robinson twins visit Washington this weekend and, while they remain committed to Oregon, the Huskies have a legitimate shot at getting them to flip if they blow them away. Expect Washington to pull out all the stops this weekend while they are in Seattle.
Narbonne (Harbor City, Ca.) LB Keishawn Bierria - Bierria had a trip scheduled to Oregon this week before tripping up to Seattle, but that got cancelled when the Ducks decided to offer local talent Johnny Ragin III. Bierria is a great LB/Rover prospect who has great instincts and the Huskies, if they extend an offer, have a very good chance of pulling him in although Oregon State currently the top spot on his list.
Placer (Auburn, Ca.) DL Eddie Vanderdoes - One of the top 10 players in the country, it seems unimaginable that the Huskies are still in on him this late in the process. Well, they are and word is they still have a great shot at landing him although the prevailing thought among pundits and those in the business of covering recruiting feel UCLA is the leader.
Auburn (Al.) LB Reuben Foster - Yes, there are reports out there that Foster has eliminated Washington, but that isn't the case as he's still been in contact with the Husky coaching staff as recently as this week. Foster's recruitment has had many twists and turns and there are probably at least a couple more before he signs his letter-of-intent next week.
Gahr (Cerritos, Ca.) DB Patrick Enewally - We expect an announcement by Enewally very soon and word is the Huskies are the clear favorite now that UCLA has pulled back. Enewally had a brief flirtation with Cal, taking an official visit to Berkeley last weekend, but his relationship with Keith Heyward is outstanding and we expect Dawg fans to get good news on him very soon.
Loyola (Los Angeles, Ca.) OL Coleman Shelton - How does a player his caliber go unnoticed during a recruiting cycle, especially with all of the recruiting networks out there. Well, that's anybody's guess, but this weekend Shelton is in town to visit Washington and if he is offered, expect him to add his name to the Husky commitment list.
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