The Washington Huskies' have lined up their first recruit for the Class of 2013.
According to the Seattle Times, Lakes High coach Dave Miller has said that receiver Sammie Long has committed to Washington.
According to Miller, Long let UW coach Steve Sarkisian know of his decision last night and that Long "is very excited to be a Husky."
Long, a 6-foot-4, 190 lb. Lakewood resident, is listed on Rivals.com as a three-star recruit and NorthwestPrepReport.com recently rated Long as the best wide receiver prospect in the state. Last season, Long recorded 20 catches for 266 yards with five touchdowns for the 11-1 Lancers.
Northwest Prep Report described Long as a "big, mobile, agile target who has good hands and excellent speed."
According to Rivals, California, Georgia Tech, Oregon, Oregon St., Purdue, UCLA, Utah and Washington St. all showed interest in signing Long.
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