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MaxPreps is your source for National Signing Day information this season, nationwide and in Washington.
The activity and suspense from the day has just about wrapped up and Washington can lay claim to 24 recruits who signed National Letters of Intent. There are also two more who are still committed but have not signed.
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page to see the names, rankings and high schools of all the Washington players who signed or did not sign Wednesday. You can sort by division as well, breaking things down to even smaller levels.
Here are some fun facts from what went down on National Signing Day in Washington:
- The home-state Washington Huskies dominated, pulling in six signees to lead the way. Coming up next was Oregon State with three, followed by two signees each for Stanford, Washington State and Idaho.
- The Pac-12 took in 13 of the 24 signees, pulling in a lot of the best players. Nobody signed with a program east of Texas.
- Two players committed to armed forces programs that do not take National Letters of Intent. Dean Sise of Juanita is committed to the Naval Academy and Skyline's Bradley Kim is committed to the Air Force Academy.
- Marysville-Pilchuck had an amazing day, with three teammates signing on with college programs. Jake Luton is headed to Corvallis to play for Oregon State, Suli Tamaivena is Logan-bound to play for Utah State and Siti Tamaivena is packing up for Albuquerque to play for New Mexico.
- Sumner saw two teammates sign, with lineman Seth Carnahan signing with Idaho and skill player Connor Wedington signing with Stanford.
- Skyline has the aforementioned Kim heading off, and also saw lineman Henry Bainivalu sign with Washington.
- Washington got a signature from Salvon Ahmed of Juanita, and his teammate Sise is committed to Navy.