Today multiple recruiting outlets have verified the verbal commitment made to the University of Washington by Moreno Valley, California receiver Demore’ea Stringfellow. Along with Stringfellow UW nabbed seven other verbal commitments.
Stringfellow the headliner of the bunch is a 6’3″ pure receiver with excellent hands. The Under Armour All-American is ranked 73rd on the ESPN 150 list. Huskies head coach Steve Sarkisian is beginning to show his recruiting acumen by nabbing top flight talent in target rich Southern California.
Sarkisian’s 2013 class is now up to 15 commits already, with four being considered four star recruits. Rounding out the commitments received June 29, are offensive linemen Dane Crane and Poasi Moala, athlete Elijah Qualls, defensive end Daeshon Hall, running back LaVon Coleman, linebacker Caleb Tucker, and defensive tackle Andrew Basham.
Of all the names to pledge loyalty to UW on this Friday, five are from California. Hall, Tucker, and Basham hail from Texas, Louisiana, and Washington respectively. Qualls, Coleman, and Tucker are all considered to be three star recruits. The Huskies must build an elite program by looking outside of the Evergreen State. Sarkisian is doing just that.
The jewel of the 2012 class defensive back Shaq Thomson from Sacramento California, has game-breaker potential. The Huskies freshman class this season will be among the best in the Pac-12 with 2013 sure to do the same.
With Oregon going to BCS games like they’re a trip to the mailbox, and USC free from probation, life isn’t going get easier in the Pac-12. Needless to say, it was a good Friday for the college football team in Seattle.