Recruiting Roundup: Husky Coaches Extend Some New Offers and Other Notes for 2025

Happy Sunday and Father’s Day to all fathers. Over the weekend the Husky staff hosted their annual camps (top dawgs, specialty camps…etc.) and a few new offerings went out. There were many local prospects in attendance, as well as some underclassmen from California. Here’s a look at some of the more notable offers that went out:

Three-star defensive lineman Dominic Macon from Happy Valley HS, OR was offered after showing the staff he was the best defensive lineman in camp. At 6-foot-1 and weighing approximately 305 pounds, Macon is rated as the 107th best defensive lineman in the country. With a wrestling background, Macon already has a good tool belt and looks like he could be a good player after a year or two in a college system. The Husky staff joined Boise State, WSU, Oregon State and San Diego State in offering Macon. It appears the Husky staff will look to take at least two defensive linemen in the class of 2025 and Macon looks like he could be a hidden nugget that the Husky coaches have found.

The Husky staff also extended a new offer in the class of 2025 to a local advantage. Victor Sanchez-Hernandez of Kamiak HS, WA. a 3-star lead was offered after he showed the Husky staff what he could do in their camp. Listed at 6’5” and around 230 pounds, Sanchez-Hernandez already has offers from Oregon State, Boise State, BYU, Utah and WSU. 247sports has him rated as the 111th best prospect in the country. It’s really nice to see the Husky staff making more in-state offers in the 2025 class (by my count, that’s 6 in-state players offered/re-offered by Jedd Fisch and his staff). Sanchez-Hernandez is also an accomplished Taekwondo fighter (he is rated as one of the best fighters in the country).

I wouldn’t be shocked if Macon and/or Sanchez/Hernandez committed to UW at some point in the near future (both players look like they could be recruited under the recruiting radar).

Next weekend is also a major recruitment weekend, with more than fifteen recruits on campus. Some of the more notable names that will be on campus are (I’ll have more next weekend):

4-star linebacker Zaydrius Rainey-Sale from Bethel HS, WA (a former Husky commit who would be a huge boost to the staff if they could bring him in).

Four-star linebacker Jonathan Epperson from Auburn Riverside HS, WA (one of the top players in the state in the class of 2025 and a heat-seeking missile on the field).

3-star offensive lineman Darius Afalava from Skyridge HS, UT (a top offensive line target for the Husky staff with a huge 6-foot-4, 320-pound frame).

4-star tight end Baron Naone from West Linn HS OR (one of the best TEs on the West Coast in the class of 2025).

3-star safety Rylon Dillard-Allen from Mountain Pointe HS, AZ (one of the top safeties in the country for which the Huskies compete against Texas A&M and UCLA).

Like I said, next weekend I’ll make sure I have a list of the prospects who came forward for an official visit. There are currently 7 commits in the class of 2025 and I expect that number to be around 25 once the dust settles on the class. That’s all for today and as always follow me @asieverkropp.