SEATTLE -- This is the year. Washington coach Steve Sarkisian is preparing for his fifth season with the Huskies and, after three straight bowl appearances, 2013 seems to be the season where the program is expected to take the next step.
about 890 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies
SEATTLE -- It was an interesting signing day for Washington. The Huskies revealed their 2013 class Wednesday, a group that includes five members of the ESPN 300, and coach Steve Sarkisian praised the quality of the new prospects in the program.
about 937 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies
Take a closer look at Washington's 2013 recruiting class and one thing starts to stand out. This group has Tosh Lupoi's fingerprints all over it. The Huskies' ace recruiter made an impact with the program from the moment he was hired less than a month before signing day in 2012.
about 938 days ago | Mason Kelley | NCF On The Trail
After all of the camps, recruiting trips, in home visits and official visits, it is time to fire up the fax machines. Washington will officially unveil its 2013 recruiting class Wednesday, a group that features five members of the ESPN 300.
about 939 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies
ESPN 300 DT Elijah Qualls is one of Washington's most passionate commits. So we gave UW fans a chance to ask the future Husky questions on Twitter @HuskyNationESPN and you guys delivered with some great questions.
about 940 days ago | Mason Kelley | NCF On The Trail
One of the earliest prospects to commit to Washington's 2013 class, Jaimie Bryant (Tumwater, Wash./Tumwater) kept a low profile throughout the recruiting process. The 6-foot-5, 261-pound defensive tackle gave the Huskies a verbal commitment in April 2011 and, when asked about that decision before his senior season, Bryant cited the excitement surrounding the program's defensive coaches.
about 946 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies
Adam Fermstad tried to come up with an adequate description for Andrew Basham's combination of size and speed. The coach at Lynnwood (Wash.) settled on a single word for the talent the 6-foot-4, 305-pound prospect possesses: "Insane.
about 950 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies