Washington's quarterbacking future is apparently very bright. Cyler Miles, one of the Huskies top commits, had stellar game helping lead the West All-Stars to a 24-14 win in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, earning MVP honors.
Miles threw for 155 yards on 7-of-8 passing, and had an 85-yard touchdown pass called back when Zach Banner of Lakes was flagged for holding.
Miles has drawn comparisons to Keith Price because of his athleticism and ability to move in the pocket. But Miles is much bigger at 6-4, 220 pounds.
This is the second MVP performance for a Husky quarterback commit. Last week, Mercer Island's Jeff Lindquist was named MVP of the Semper Fidelis Bowl after throwing two touchdowns.