Top 10 College Football Recruiting Classes, #7 WASHINGTON
Washington is the Up and Coming Program
It wasn’t coincidence that when Steve Saraksian got to Washington they started winning. An ex-offensive coordinator for USC a few years back knows how to win and that is the exact medicine that Washington needs.
Playing Time as a Freshman
Sione Potoae, Defensive Tackle: Possible/Definite: From Lakewood, Washington, Potoae stands at 6’3 285 and has solid speed for a DT (4.9 40 time). He has great opportunity to have substantial playing time as Steve Sarkisian gets more of his type of recruits.
Erik Kohler, Offensive Guard: Possible/Definite: From southern California, Erik Kohler has great size and speed, 6’5 285, 4.9 40 time. He definitely has a great opportunity to come in and be an impact player for Washington right away. He has the body of a college player which will be easier for him to have a shot at starting.
Possible Prospect to Sign on Signing Day with Washington
Kirifi Taula: A solid 6’2 280 pound defensive tackle. He is technically a soft verbal at Arizona, but I believe Washington has a great shot. With Washington already taking 2 defensive tackles I just don’t see them getting a 3rd. Arizona is in desperate need for a DT, so I think he picks Arizona.
My Pick: Arizona
The Rest of the Recruiting Class
Colin Porter Nick Montana
Deontae Cooper Kevin Smith
Chris Young Micah Hatchie
Zach Fogerson Alejandro Maldonado
Victor Burnett Michael Hartvigson
Darius Waters Jamaal Kearse
Melvin Davis Ben Riva
Taz Stevenson Princeton Fuimaono
Garret Gilliland Lawrence Lagafuaina
Andrew Hudson John Timu
Brent Williams Jesse Callier
Hauoli Jamora Gregory Ducre
Colin Tanigawa Michael Criste
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