McDuffie, ranked top-75 nationally, is the Huskies' 20th commitment of the Class of 2019.
Trent McDuffie, a four-star cornerback from Southern California powerhouse St. John Bosco, announced a verbal commitment to the Washington Huskies on Wednesday evening.
He is the 20th known recruit to commit to UW’s 2019 recruiting class.
Listed at 5-foot-10½ and 186 pounds, McDuffie is ranked by 247Sports.com as the No. 66 overall recruit in the country and the No. 8 cornerback in the 2019 class.
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“The Huskies did an amazing job sealing the deal with him and it’s a huge credit to the kind of program Petersen has built,” Greg Biggins, national recruiting analyst, wrote for 247Sports.com. “When you think of a program that is both highly respected for their play on the field but also for the high character kids they bring in, Washington is one of the first schools that comes to mind. McDuffie just looks like a Washington type of recruit and the Huskies had to beat out several programs out West and national as well. This is a kid who was coveted by both local schools, UCLA and USC but Washington established a better relationship and his comfort level on his visits put them over the top. If he continues to develop at his current pace, he could be one of the top defensive backs the school has produced and that’s saying something.”