Huskies Add Safety Meki Pei On National Signing Day

The Washington Huskies Football coaching staff had a rather quiet National Signing Day due to the fact that they already had their 23 commits, “signed, sealed and delivered” back in December during Early Signing Period.

Safety Meki Pei committed to the Huskies as a preferred walk-on, via his twitter account earlier today and the Huskies may have found a hidden gem!

Pei is a three-star prospect from Iolani High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, on the island of Oahu and the Husky coaches are impressed with his physicality.

Recently at the Polynesian Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii, Pei was named the “Defensive MVP” of the game with his two interceptions and 7 solo tackles.

At 6-foot-0, 180-pounds, Pei is a physical defensive back and will like be used as a “drop down” safety in the Huskies loaded secondary.

Ever since the time that Pei was a kid, he had always had an affinity for the University of Washington and wanted to play there.

Pei recently visited Washington and was blown away with his visit, which is why he chose the Huskies over his hometown offer from the University of Hawaii.




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