Rivals.com was able to catch up the latest Washington Husky commitment running back/linebacker Chris Stevens (6-1, 200, 4.55) from Mojave, Calif. Stevens is one of the biggest sleeper prospect for the class of 2005.
He saw his stock rise off the charts due to his great senior season. As a running back, Stevens rushed for 1,751 yards, 33 touchdowns and scored two PAT's.
On defense, Stevens accounted for 121 tackles, six fumble recoveries, two sacks and one interception.
One of the reasons that he was a sleeper was because doesn't care about seeing his name in print. This hard-nosed player just wants to be on the field.
"I chose Washington for all the things they have up there," Stevens said. "I got along with the players I met and like the coaches."
Most schools recruited at Stevens as an outside linebacker, but Washington is now looking at him more as an athlete.
"I don't care where I play," Stevens said. "I just want to get on the field."
"I am looking forward to play football for the Washington Huskies," Stevens said. "I hope that we win some games."
Washington wins the services of Stevens over Fresno State where he tripped and had an offer.