Josh Moten, a California quarterback (Narbonne H.S.) with the athleticism to end up at some other position, has become the first oral commit of the Steve Sarkisian era at UW, according to Realdawg.com, Dawgman.com, Udubsports.com and probably some other folks that don't have me on their mailing list.
Moten attended Narbonne H.S., where he through for over 2,100 yards and seven touchdowns last season. He also ran for 829 with 10 touchdowns.
Moten comitted during an in-home visit by newly named UW assistant Johnny Nansen. He chose Washington over offers from Colorado, San Jose State, and North Carolina A&T.
However, BearTerritory.com is reporting Garfield High star Deandre Coleman -- perhaps UW's prime recruiting target this season -- has decided to attend Cal.