The Washington Huskies Football coaching staff is “getting after it” on the recruiting trail, despite not being able to host players for face-to-face visits right now.
Earlier this morning, three-star offensive line recruit Robert Wyrsch announced his commitment to the University of Washington via his twitter account.
Wyrsch hails from Soquel High School in Soquel, California, which is located in Northern California. He is the fourth commitment secured by the coaching staff in the last eight days.
At 6-foot-7, 270 pounds, Wyrsch’s is a bit of a project as he just recently began playing football in the last 18 months, but the sky is the limit for his potential odf he can add on some weight.
Wyrsch is currently ranked as a three-star prospect by 247Sports and the Husky coaches see somebody that cab grow into a contributor at Washington.
He had offers from Fresno State, Pennsylvania, San Jose State, UNLV, Harvard, Northern Arizona, and Yale.
Wyrsch is the #6 verbal commitment for the Washington Huskies for the 2021 recruiting class, joining three-star cornerback Zakhari Spears, five-star quarterback Sam Huard, three-star defensive lineman Kuao Peihopa, three-star tight end Caden Jumper and three-star defensive lineman Voi Tunuufi.
ROBERT WYRSCH HUDL VIDEO
ROBERT WYRSCH TWITTER ANNOUNCEMENT
— Robert Wyrsch (@RobertWyrsch) April 30, 2020
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