A look at the players who signed letters of intent Wednesday with the Huskies.

David Ajamu, TE

6-5, 245, Shelton

Shelton High School

Named to The Seattle Times’ all-state team and also played defensive line. … Had been committed to Oregon State before changing course. … Said Washington coach Steve Sarkisian: “He’s a big, physical tight end, a position for us that we are going to have to develop over the next couple of years.”

Andrew Basham, DL

6-4, 305, Bothell

Lynnwood High School

A Seattle Times white-chip choice and listed as the No. 4 prospect in the state by Scout.com. … Also had offers from Arizona State and Oregon State. … Sarkisian: “You watch his films, there are times he is playing middle linebacker, he is that good of an athlete. He has a nasty streak to him.”

Keishawn Bierria, LB

6-1, 210, Carson, Calif.

Narbonne High School

One of the latest additions to the class, committing Wednesday after visiting UW last weekend. Had been seriously considering Oregon State. … Sarkisian: “Keishawn Bierria is a kid who we really feel like is going to be beneficial to us because of his athleticism.”

Lavon Coleman, RB

6-0, 210, Lompoc, Calif.

Lompoc High School

Also seriously considered Fresno State and had interest from UCLA, but ultimately held firm to an early commitment to UW. … Battled injuries as a senior but rushed for 887 yards and nine TDs on 128 carries. … Sarkisian: “Exactly what we were looking for … to get a bigger, physical back to complement some of the other backs we have in our program.”

Sean Constantine, LB

6-2, 230, Hunts Point

Bellevue High School

One of the first commitments in the class, giving the word last April. A Seattle Times all-state choice after helping lead Bellevue to four consecutive state titles. … No. 31 middle linebacker in the country, according to Scout.com. Sarkisian: “Tough-minded, obviously a winning program in Bellevue.”

Dane Crane, C

6-3, 308, Irvine, Calif.

Santa Margarita Catholic

Ranked the No. 3 center in the country by Scout.com playing for a California high-school power. … Sarkisian: “Great leader. He was one of the leaders of this class in terms of guys that guys related to and wanted to be around, and that’s what a center is supposed to be.”

Darrell Daniels, WR

6-4, 220, Pittsburg, Calif.

Freedom High School

Generally considered among the top 20 receivers in the country, catching 54 passes for 947 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior. … Played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl last month.

Patrick Enewally, DB

6-1, 190, Norwalk, Calif.

Gahr High School

One of two players in this class who had not committed before signing day. Also considered California, Boise State and UCLA. … No. 50 cornerback in the country by Scout.com.

Marcus Farria, DE

6-5, 225, Peoria, Ariz.

Centennial High School

Also had offers from Arizona, Arizona State and Arkansas before committing to UW in July. … Scouts consider him raw but with a big upside. He was rated No. 10 defensive end by MaxPreps.com. … Sarkisian: “He brings some things we might not have in our program right now.”

Jermaine Kelly, CB

6-2, 185, Los Angeles

Bishop Mora Salesian

Originally committed to UCLA before committing to UW last month. Reportedly was subject of big last-minute push by USC but decided to stay with Huskies. … Also a receiver and kick returner for Salesian.

Kevin King, CB

6-2, 170, San Leandro, Calif.

Bishop O’Dowd High School

Also considered Arizona State and California, among others, before committing to UW in August. … Defensive MVP at the Oakland Nike Training Camp last summer.

Andrew Kirkland, OL

6-5, 300, Portland

Jesuit High School

Only signee from Oregon, projects as a tackle. … Rated No. 7 prospect in Oregon by Rivals.com. … Sarkisian: “(He) came to camp with us this summer and went against some of the best pass-rushers on the West Coast and continued to dominate in training camp and earned it.”

Joe Mathis, DE

6-4, 250, Ontario, Calif.

Upland High School

Only member of the class to play in the U.S. Army All-American Game, committing to UW during that contest on national television. … Sarkisian: “Relentless is the best word I can describe him as … very good pass-rusher.”

Connor O’Brien, LB

6-3, 230,

Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

Santa Margarita Catholic

Committed to UW in April and held firm despite offers from Oregon and Arizona State. … Had 85 tackles and four interceptions as a senior and also played receiver.

Elijah Qualls, DT

6-2, 285, Petaluma, Calif.

Casa Grande High School

Generally regarded as one of the best defensive tackles on the West Coast. … Also a standout running back and could be used there in some situations at UW. … Sarkisian says he’s a very athletic player who can rush the passer.

John Ross, WR

5-11, 180, Long Beach, Calif.

Jordan High School

Projects as an inside receiver for the Huskies. Also could be a returner; had six kickoff or punt returns for touchdowns as a junior. … Committed to Huskies during the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl last month.

Coleman Shelton, OL

6-5, 285, Los Angeles

Loyola High School

A late addition to the class, committing over the weekend during a recruiting trip. Named the No. 19 center prospect in the nation by Rivals.com but likely to be a tackle for the Huskies. … Under-the-radar recruit, but Sarkisian said he was impressed by film. … Sarkisian: “He’s a fantastic player. Quite honestly, he was under-recruited. A young guy with plenty of room to develop.”

Damore’ea Stringfellow, WR

6-3, 215, Perris, Calif.

Rancho Verde High School

Also took visits to USC and Nebraska but stayed firm on a commitment to UW made last summer. … Generally considered among the top 10 receivers in the country, selected to play in the UnderArmour All-America Game in January. … Sarkisian: “(He has) a real high football IQ … he looks like an NFL wideout today.”

Cameron Van Winkle, K

5-10, 160, Fall City

Mount Si High School

Set state records for career (39) and season (18) field goals made as a junior in 2011. … Hit 10 more as a senior in 2012. … Should compete immediately for field goal/PAT and kickoff duties. … Will enroll in time for spring practice.

Azeem Victor, LB

6-4, 230, Pomona, Calif.

Pomona High School

Also played defensive end and tight end in high school but will be a linebacker for UW. … Originally committed to San Diego State.

Trevor Walker, S

5-11, 180, Arlington, Texas

Mansfield Timberview

Signed scholarship papers and enrolled at UW in January and will take part in spring practice. … Originally committed to WSU.

Troy Williams, QB

6-2, 205, Los Angeles

Narbonne High School

Committed last summer and, as Walker, already is enrolled at UW. … Sarkisian: “I’ve been recruiting him for three years. He is an extremely gifted young man. Quick release, strong arm, runs very very well.”

Bob Condotta