Washington had a busy Tuesday in recruiting, gathering three commitments for a class that has quickly grown to 15.
The Huskies received commitments from cornerback Bryan Harper of Colony High School in Ontario, Calif., receiver/safety Taylor Lagace of Arcadia (Calif.) High School, and defensive end Kalei Auelua of St. Louis High School in Honolulu.
The Seattle Times noted that the Huskies have received 11 commitments since June 12.
Harper also had offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Colorado State, Montana and New Mexico State. He played quarterback and corner as a junior but was recruited to play corner for Washington, according to ESPN Recruiting's Greg Biggins.
Lagace also had an offer from Boise State. ESPN Recruiting said this about him: "LaGace is an athletic two-way player with upside to play as a safety or wide receiver competently, but we feel he may be a best fit on offense. He is tough, deceptively quick and fast, has good size and a muscular build."
It appears Auelua has operated under the radar of the recruiting media but not college coaches. He reportedly had offers from UCLA, Colorado and Utah, according to the Seattle Times.