Washington has two quarterbacks commits in its 2018 recruiting class, but that didn’t stop the Huskies from nabbing a signal caller for 2019.
Four-star prospect Dyland Harris from Graham-Kapowsin (Wash.) opted to stay in his home state, announcing his commitment to Washington on Sunday via Twitter.
— Dylan Morris (@D_Morris5) July 16, 2017
Morris is ranked as the No. 3 pro-style quarterback in the 2019 class, according to Scout. Oregon, Cal, Washington State, Notre Dame and Nebraska were some of the other schools that made scholarship offers.
The Huskies have commits from Jacob Sirmon of Bothell, Wash., and Colson Yankoff of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Both 2018 quarterbacks are top-100 recruits in their class.
With those three talented quarterbacks headed to Seattle, the Huskies appear to have plenty of talent behind center.