After a quiet few weeks, UW Football recruiting has gone crazy the last two days. Here’s a quick rundown of the developments:
The biggest news is two new commitments. One is Marvin Hall from Dorsey HS in California. I wrote a bit about him in my WR wrap-up, but Hall is a little guy (5’10”) who could end up at either WR or cornerback. He’s supposedly lightning quick and is likely to make an immediate impact in the return game. We seem to hear that every year for some player, and the Huskies have had a terrible return unit for years now, so hopefully Hall really is a difference maker there. Either way, he’s a good guy to have and brings some different skills to the table for this class.
The other new commit was a big surprise. That’s big in two ways, as Stephen Nembot is 6’8″ and 280 lbs. He also was previously committed to WSU, and it’s alway fun to steal one from them, especially out of the blue like this. He could end up on either line, but it sounds like UW coaches have told him they plan to start him at defensive tackle. He’s a native of Cameroon and should be a fun guy to cheer for.
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