Haven't got a chance to see the Washington Huskies prized commits? Today is your chance as Kasen Williams and Austin Seferian Jenkins hit the field in the US Army All-American Bowl. The two join a loaded West squad as they take on the East in San Antonio Texas. The game will be broadcast on ESPN.
A quick look at the rosters shows plenty of players that should garner local interest here in Washington, either in the form of recruits that have committed, or ones that are targets of local schools. Here's a few players of note.
Kasen Williams: Already long committed to Washington, Williams is a big, physical receiver. Named one of the top receivers, and one of the top players, in the country, the Huskies secured his commitment back in September, part of a huge week of recruiting for head coach Steve Sarkisian.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Another big, physical player headed to Montlake, Seferian-Jenkins was beast for Gig Harbor High School again this year. He;s already got a college-ready body, and will be a big addition to the Sarkisians Washington squad next year.
James Sample: Not committed to anywhere yet, Sample is one of the top safeties in the country. He's thought to be a heavy Washington lean, but continues to make official visits as recruiting winds down. Sample is part of a talented group of Grant Union High School players that are highly sought after.
Viliami Moala: Another one of the Grant Union players, Moala is the prize of the bunch. Moala tips the scales 6-foot-2 326 pounds. Moala may commit today, but plans on taking all his visits still.
For the full rosters, check here. The East battles the West at 10 a.m. on NBC. Check back with out StoryStream for updates on the local players.