The Washington Huskies joined their in-state rivals as the only two schools to offer 2015 offensive tackle Trey Adams, as Adams impressed the Huskies enough at camp yesterday to earn the offer, according to 247Sports. Adams is a standout in Wenatchee, Washington, so it comes as no surprise that he has high interest in both of the schools that have offered him. The Washington State Cougars offered Adams last week, and it will be interesting to see if Adams gets offers from the Oregon Ducks and Oregon State Beavers in the future. He is also high on both rival schools in the state to the south, and an offer from Oregon (they basically never offer early, though) would put the Huskies in a position to have to beat out two bitter rivals in Oregon and Washington State.
Adams isn’t ranked yet since he is in the 2015 class, but he looks like an incredibly intriguing prospect. The Wenatchee High star is 6’7″, 270 pounds, and that frame alone is extremely impressive. The fact that Adams was able to impress Washington enough to earn an offer this early is a sign of things to come, and he looks like one of the best prospects in the northwest and should receive offers from at least three of those four schools mentioned in the first paragraph.
Washington has now offered three offensive tackles in the 2014 class, and it seems like the Huskies are heavily targeting the position. They have offered two four-star recruits in Keenan Walker and Bar Milo, with Walker among the top 150 recruits in the country and Milo among the top 200. That puts Trey Adams in some great company, and it looks like Adams is the one they are in the best position with early on (Milo looks like an easier get than Walker for the Huskies).