The Washington Huskies Football coaching staff received some big news with a player that they once made a huge priority, on the recruiting trail.
Earlier this afternoon, four-star tight end Jack Yary announced his commitment to the University of Washington via his Twitter account.
Yary is a star from Murrieta Valley High School in Murrieta, California. He signed an NLI with the USC Trojans back in February, and has been released from fulfilling it.
At 6-foot-6, 255 pounds, Yary is a talented player who has the ability to make tough catches. He is extremely athletic and is a very talented blocker, who uses his hands well.
Yary is currently ranked as a four-star prospect and is rated the #10 best tight end in the nation for the 2020 class, according to 247Sports Composite.
He had offers from USC, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Tennessee, Arizona State, Cal, Colorado, Utah, UCLA and more.
Yary originally had Washington high on his list, but followed in his father’s footsteps (Ron Yary) to USC to continue on the massive legacy that his father established as a Trojan.
JACK YARY HUDL VIDEO
JACK YARY TWITTER ANNOUNCEMENT
— Jack Yary 🧬 (@YaryJack) August 25, 2020
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