The football recruiting class that coach Tyrone Willingham is putting together is now ranked 23rd nationally by Rivals.com and 25th by Scout.com.
I'll take a quick look at that class in tomorrow's paper.
The whole list is availabile at both of those sites, so I won't list it again here. However, the class seems to be about 75 percent complete and is coming together in the best UW tradition: keeping many of the top in-state players at home, while securing significant prospects from California.
Among the top in-state players committing to the Huskies are tight end Chris Izbicki of Lake Washington High School, linebacker Quinton Richardson of O'Dea, and cornerback Vonzell McDowell and offensive tackle Emeka Iweka of Rainier Beach.
Among the top national recruits are wide receiver Anthony Boyles of Gardena, Calif., running back Brandon Johnson of Compton, Calif., and quarterback Ronnie Fouch of Redlands, Calif.
The Huskies also have commitments from three players from Colorado and one each from Oregon, Hawaii and Nevada.
Boyles and Izbicki are listed as four-star prospects by both recruiting Web sites, and McDowell and Johnson received four stars according to Scout. Scout ranks Izbicki as the No. 2 tight end prospect in the nation.
Some of the top remaining prospects who are considering the Husskies but have not yet committed include Da'John Harris, a five-star defensive tackle from Gardena, Calif.; Po'u Paletei, a four-star guard from Las Vegas' and Drew David, a four-star wide receiver from Denver.
National signing day is Feb. 7.