Isaac Garcia recently took an unofficial visit to Washington and the 2016 prospect is getting the distinct sense that the Huskies could be close to offering.
The Bellevue, Wash., defensive end who can also play tight end has heard only positive things from the Washington staff, his own coach and during the visit it was made clear that the Huskies are highly interested in him.
"I met with Washington," Garcia said. "I went over there to take an unofficial a couple weeks ago and I think they're really close.
"They were sending out good vibes. They were talking about how I have good grades and how I'm a good athlete. They were showing me around. They were telling me they're close to taking the next step in the process. My coach was telling me they're going to offer me soon so that's good."
The 2016 prospect said it's still way early in his recruitment but Garcia admitted an offer from Washington would be big.
The 6-foot-4, 225-pound prospect lives in the area, his mother went to the school and he knows the program well. An offer would definitely go a long way.
"It would be really big," Garcia said.
"It's kind of like a hometown team. I'm not really from Washington but it would be good because my mom just graduated from there so she would be really proud. It would be really big."
Washington State is the lone offer for the Bellevue standout at this point. Plenty of other Pac-12 programs are showing interest.
Garcia is basically done with recruiting for the summer and he's starting to solely focus on his upcoming junior season with one of the powerhouse programs in the country.
"It's pretty much the same schools," Garcia said. "I'm talking to them regularly. It's pretty much the same thing.
"I'm done with camps and visits. We go to team camp soon so I'm basically done and I'm ready to focus on the season."