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Trey Adams received an early offer from Washington.
For the 2015 offensive tackle from Wenatchee, Wash., there was not much else to consider.
Adams, a 6-foot-7, 275-pound prospect, said the Huskies have always been his favorite team and if they ever offered he would seriously consider a commitment. He made his pledge and that's it for recruiting.
"I did it so early really because that's the one school I wanted to get an offer from and the one school I wanted to go to my whole life," Adams said. "It was the one school if they offered me I would decide and I knew it was right.
"The new stadium is great, the coaches, (Steve Sarkisian) and all of them, have been there for a couple years and they've grown on me. I like the o-line coach (Dan Cozzetto) really a lot and being close to home was definitely a big plus, too."
Washington has already landed the commitment of Adams but by no means does that mean the recruiting process is finished for the 2015 prospect.
In-state rival Washington State has also offered and two other Pac-12 programs, Oregon and UCLA, are showing a lot of interest early on.
The Ducks' coaching staff has told the 2015 prospect that an offer could be close, and Adams said he might take a serious look at the Pac-12 powerhouse, but that Washington is still the clear frontrunner in his recruitment.
"I'll probably take a look but I'm really set on Washington though," Adams said. "Oregon said they'll probably offer me but Washington is still my top school right now."
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