Discussion in 'Washington Huskies' started by AlaskaGuy, Apr 10, 2019.
Ranking the Top 25 Players in the 2021 CFB Recruiting Class
7. J.T. Tuimoloau, DT
Currently the top-ranked defensive tackle in the nation and player in the state of Washington, J.T. Tuimoloau will be one of the hottest recruits on the West Coast. His 6'4⅓", 277-pound frame has plenty of room to go, allowing him to be a future versatile piece on the defensive line wherever he may wind up playing.
9. Emeka Egbuka, ATH
Top-tier recruits with the "athlete" designation have a rocky history, but players like Mecole Hardman have gone on to have a lot of success. Emeka Egbuka has already made a name for himself as a wide receiver and return specialist in high school, with a lot of big names including Alabama's Steve Sarkisian and Ohio State's Brian Hartline recruiting him.
14. Sam Huard, PRO QB
The son of former NFL quarterback Damon Huard, Sam is already planning on following in his dad's footsteps by playing for the Washington Huskies. The 6'2" quarterback has been committed to the Huskies since 2018, and that commitment likely won't change despite the departure of head coach Chris Petersen.
Don't know if this was posted, but I thought this was a really good analysis:
The Importance of Recruiting
This kid is fun to watch, ( until your on school has to play in a high school game )
I hope he stays true and home he would be fun to watch on Saturdays in Husky stadium
It's a long write up, but this guy always offers incredible insights into players that I seldom disagree with:
Coach B's Updated 2021 Recruit Breakdown: February 2020
Jabez Tinae, Kennedy Catholic, Wide Receiver
Check out the schools this kid passed on. Seriously who passes up a full ride to Harvard.
Javon Forward, Auburn Riverside, Athlete
Local three-star athlete, Javon Forward, set to walk on at UW
Junior Alexander, Kennedy Catholic, Wide Receiver
Top Landing Spots for J.T. Tuimoloau, CFB's No. 1 Defensive Tackle for 2021
Updated Dawgman in-state Top 10 for 2021
Updated Analysis: Ryland Spencer likes UW's in-state walk-ons
Recruiting Roundup: Husky Recruits Impress At The Pylon 7 on 7 Championship
I can't remember a time when UW has brought on so much walk on talent. I could easily see many of those guys becoming scholarship players eventually.
I'm praying we land him. He has the type of special athletic ability that I could see him starting as a true freshman and immediately wrecking havoc.
Early look at the 5-star recruits in the 2021 class
4) J.T. Tuimoloau | DT | Eastside Catholic (Wash.)
7) Emeka Egbuka | WR | Steilacoom (Wash.)
12) Sam Huard | QB | Kennedy Catholic (Wash.)
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