Washington may have landed its quarterback of the future Friday when Narbonne (Harbor City, Calif.)
standout Troy Williams
pulled the trigger for the Huskies in an announcement held at the school.
Offered by schools around the country, Williams chose Washington over Arizona.
The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Williams is already a three-year starter for Manual Douglas and Narbonne. Although he's a talented athlete, Douglas says that Williams is a pass-first quarterback.
"Even though Troy is athletic, I never talked about him as an athlete. He's a true thrower, makes every throw, and is good at reading defenses," Douglas said.
The commitment from Williams is an important one for Washington. Though it added two quarterbacks in its 2012 class, it missed on in-state star Max Browne
, who committed to USC