After securing their 13th four-star commitment of the class, UW will host at least two more four-star recruits for official visits this weekend.

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The Huskies rose into the top 10 of the national recruiting rankings following Wednesday’s commitment from four-star defensive back Julius Irvin.

Irvin is the 20th recruit to join Washington’s 2018 class … and the Huskies may not be done yet.

In the final weekend before National Signing Day next Wednesday, the Huskies will host at least two four-star recruits for official visits starting Friday: Tuli Letuligasenoa, a defensive tackle out of Bay Area powerhouse De La Salle High, and Jeremiah Martin, a defensive end from Cajon High in San Bernardino, Calif.

Letuligasenoa, 6-feet-2 and 300 pounds, has been committed to USC since last April, but he did not sign with the Trojans during the first early signing period in December.

247Sports ranks Letuligasenoa as the No. 124 overall prospect in the nation in the 2018 class and the No. 13 defensive tackle.

Martin, 6-5 and 245 pounds, has listed the Huskies as one of his four finalists, along with Oklahoma, Oregon and Texas A&M.

Martin had 30.5 sacks and 47 tackles for loss in 16 games for Cajon as a senior last fall.

“Washington offered back in September and has been on me pretty hard ever since,” Martin told 247Sports this week. “I’m looking forward to my visit this weekend. It will be my last official visit and I have a lot of respect for Coach Petersen and the Husky program.”

Martin is scheduled to announce his decision on signing day.

The Huskies signed 19 during the early signing period in December. 247Sports currently ranks the class No. 9 in the nation and No. 1 in the Pac-12.