6 feet 5, 250 pounds, QB
Carson, Calif. (Carson)
Had final three of Fresno State, Arizona and UW. Left-handed, led Carson to an 11-3 record as a senior. Threw for 2,086 yards and 19 TDs as a senior. Has drawn comparisons to Byron Leftwich.
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5-10, 215 pounds, RB
Rushed for 3,810 yards in high-school career. Averaging more than 200 yards a game as a senior before suffering ankle injury. Older brother John is a tight end with the Arizona Cardinals.
5-11, 168, WR
Considered Washington State before choosing Huskies. Set state records with 5,178 receiving yards, 310 catches and 72 touchdowns. Receptions and yardage totals rank No. 2 all-time in the nation for 11-man football, and TD total is third.
6-4, 300, OG
Visited Arizona and seriously considered UCLA. Won offensive line MVP honors last two years at Cal’s summer camp.
5-10, 194, RB
Vacaville, Calif. (Vacaville)
Had offers from Nevada, Utah and Utah State. Rushed for 1,741 yards on 165 carries with 28 touchdowns as a senior. Rushed for 2,334 yards and 26 TDs as a junior. Also a standout hurdler.
6-2, 190, S
Was AP Player of the Year for all classifications as a senior. Rushed for 2,545 yards and 36 TDs as a senior. Ran for 297 yards and four TDs in the 3A state title-game loss to Skyline. Said he considered Ohio State, Oregon and Cal.
5-7, 190, RB
Inglewood, Calif. (Inglewood)
Washington was first school to offer, and he grabbed it in June. Arizona State and Oregon State had shown interest. Rushed for 270 yards and three TDs on 16 carries against Hawthorne. Also played cornerback.
5-11, 185, CB
Considered Oregon and Washington State. Had five interceptions as a cornerback while also rushing for 1,056 yards and 20 TDs as a senior. Named to The Seattle Times all-state team as a senior.
6-0, 176, RB
Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo)
Had offers from Air Force, Nevada, UNLV and Utah State. Rushed for 938 yards on 83 carries. He has run a 10.97 100. Ranked No. 93 recruit in California by Scout.com.
6-3, 291, OG
Had offers from Arizona and Hawaii. Rated the No. 35 guard in the country by Scout.com First-Team All-State pick. Rated No. 6 prospect in Hawaii by Scout.com.
6-1, 180, WR
Caught 54 passes for 903 yards as a senior. Played in the U.S. Army All-American Game. Considered Oregon and Washington State. Also league’s defensive MVP.
6-4, 260, DE
First player in class to commit (March 4), the earliest known commitment in Huskies history. Had offer from Arizona State. Will start out at defensive end and has a chance to play immediately.
6-2, 193, QB
Had an offer from Idaho State. Led Evergreen to a 9-2 record as a senior. Completed 94 of 155 passes for 1,709 yards and 20 TDs with five interceptions as a senior. Named the No. 23 “dual-threat” QB in the country by Rivals.com.
5-10, 168, CB
Playa Del Rey, Calif.
Had offers from Cal, Oregon State and also visited UCLA. Called the fastest player in the class by recruiting coordinator Chris Tormey. Third in the state 200 last year at 21.20 and won the CIF Southern Section 100 meters at 10.53.
6-2, 240, LB
Chandler, Ariz. (Chandler)
Had an offer from Colorado State. Hall of Fame running back Gale Sayers is his great uncle. May try to enroll in time for spring practice. Had 140 tackles with two interceptions and four sacks as a senior.
6-5, 255, TE
Highest-rated player in the class and one of two Parade All-Americans. Caught 45 passes for 503 yards and eight touchdowns and also had 115 tackles and 10 sacks. Considered among the top five tight ends in the country.
6-3, 300, DT
Woodland Hills, Calif. (Taft)
Considered UCLA. One of the key members of the class as he could provide immediate help on the D-line. Had 75 tackles and nine sacks as a senior. Ranked the No. 17 DT in the country by Scout.
5-11, 200, WR
(Redlands East Valley)
Was a commit to USC until changing mind in December. Some think he could be a better running back. Rushed for 2,561 yards and 29 touchdowns as a senior while catching 18 passes for 314 yards and five TDs.
5-8, 161, WR
Had offers from Arizona and Portland State. Second in the state of Oregon as a senior with 1,209 yards and 72 catches. Also had state-high 19 TDs. Is a cousin of fellow classmate Chris Polk. Ran a 10.8 100 at the Oregon state track meet last spring.
5-11, 207, LB
Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist)
Joined the class on Monday, becoming the last member. Had 109 tackles and five sacks as a senior. Rated the No. 35 LB in the country by both Rivals and Scout.
6-5, 275, OT
Had offers from Stanford and Washington State. Named the No. 32 offensive tackle in the country by Scout.com. Teams finished 10-2, 9-3 and 8-2.
6-2, 348 DT
Seattle (Rainier Beach)
Highly rated as an offensive guard but will start out on defense for the Huskies, who have a need for immediate help there. Visited Arizona and Hawaii. Named to the Parade All-American team.
6-2, 198, S
Bellevue (Eastside Catholic)
Had offers from Oregon and Oregon State. Played receiver on offense and was also a standout returner.
6-8, 305, OT
Caldwell, Idaho (Caldwell)
From same high school as Cody Pickett, UW’s leading career passer. Had offers from Oregon State and Boise State. Did not give up a sack his last two seasons of high school.
6-6, 255, DE
Rated as the No. 12 defensive end in the country. Considered Oregon State. Huskies envision him as a speed pass rusher off the edge. Had 60 tackles and 17 sacks as senior.
5-11, 198, S
Playa Del Rey, Calif.
Had interest from San Diego State and Stanford. Played middle linebacker and running back in high school, making 120 tackles as senior.