There are already 24 known players who have announced commitments to play football for the Washington Huskies in the 2015 class, and they can sign binding national letters of intent on Wednesday morning. Washington's class is nearly complete, but the Huskies are hoping to add to it on signing day.
Specifically, they'd like to add the signature of 4-star running back prospect Chris Warren from Rockwall, Texas (yes, he's the son of the former Seattle Seahawks running back by the same name). He's deciding between Washington, Texas, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State, and visited UW last week.
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--- Tate Martell makes some comments in this story about committing to play for the Huskies as a 13-year-old. He's now a sophomore at Bishop Gorman in Las Vegas, and recently decommitted from UW but says he's still giving the Huskies a chance.
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