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Washington Adds Four-Star Receiver, The Four Latest Commits

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Washington is now up to 21 commits in its 2025 class. It ranks 17th nationally and sixth in the Big Ten, just slightly behind Wisconsin. The last time Washington fielded a top-20 class was the 2020 cycle where it finished 17th nationally. The jump in the rankings came Sunday night when four-star Bay Area wide receiver Chris Lawson committed to the Huskies. Over the last week, Washington picked up four player commitments, continuing its momentum from the end of June. 

Bay Area Washington Commits

Two Bay Area-wide receivers in the 2025 class committed to Washington this past week. Lawson is the latest addition to the class. The four-star is a top-20 player in the state of California and the 25th-rated wide receiver in the class. Lawson has a 247Sports Composite rating of 0.9125, making him the third-highest-rated player in the 2025 Husky class. He sits behind Zaydrius Rainey-Sale and Vander Ploog

At Archbishop Riordan, Lawson recorded 969 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior last fall. He has played 33 high school games at the varsity level including his time at Foothill High School in Pleasanton, California. Lawson has a total of 2,534 yards receiving and 32 reception touchdowns with an average of 76 receiving yards per game. He is a two-way player in high school, also lining up at cornerback. The new Husky has tallied over 100 career tackles through his junior season.

Another Bay Area commit is three-star Deji Ajose, who announced his decision on social media at the end of June. Ajose is listed as an athlete and ranks in the top 40 of his position nationally. As a junior, Ajose caught 55 passes for 669 receiving yards and eight touchdowns. Like Lawson, Ajose is a two-way player who played some linebacker and safety in high school. Both Ajose and Lawson are top-50 players in the state of California.

Versatile Texas Native Commits to Washington

Last month, Ramonz Adams decommitted from Texas Tech, the program to which he had committed back in November of 2023. Adams has been highly versatile over three years, having played multiple positions at Smithville High School in Texas. As a junior, he tallied over 1,800 all-purpose yards including 700-plus yards passing. Adams scored 14 touchdowns last year consisting of five passing, five rushing, and five receiving. On the defensive side of the ball, Adams plays cornerback where he had eight interceptions as a junior, averaging nearly one per game. The three-star will play at Bastrop High School for his senior season. He is being recruited as a cornerback and at 6′-1″, he possesses that new-age frame of longer defensive backs. His athleticism and versatility speak for themselves, and Adams brings high upside to the Washington defense.

Another Washington Native Stays Home

A major goal of recruiting is always to lock down your home state. The Husky class currently consists of the top two players from the state, as well as Washington’s sixth and 11th-ranked recruits. It now has number seven in Lowen Colman-Brusa. The offensive tackle is a three-star out of Kennedy Catholic High School in Burien, Washington. Colman-Brusa is a left tackle whose tape shows a forceful blocker. His physicality overpowers defenders in the run game, placing defensive linemen on their backs on multiple occasions. Colman-Brusa also exhibits good footwork in pass protection. The new Husky pledge is 6’-5” and 285 pounds at the tackle position. He has the height, and he’ll have room to build on his frame at the college level. 


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Photo courtesy: AP Photo/Lindsey Wasson


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