Three-star running back Curtis Shaw (5-11, 190, 4.5) from Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln has decided on the school where he will continue his education and his football career.
While on a visit this weekend Shaw chose Washington.
"For me choosing Washington was a couple of things," Shaw said. "The coaches are great and I like the players there.
"The City of Seattle is really, really nice and the Huskies don't have a lot of running backs," Shaw said. "There is an opportunity for early playing time at Washington.
Former Stockton (Calif.) Lincoln standout Louis Rankin was Shaw's host and was another reason why he chose the Huskies.
"Louis just told me that Washington is really good place to play," Shaw said. "He said Coach Tyrone Willingham is really great person and that the coaches care about you.
"Louis also said that fan support is great there and the running backs get to carry the ball a lot. Recruiting is over for me now.
As a senior, Shaw rushed for 1,766 yards on 167 carries and scored 25 touchdowns. He also caught three passes, one for a touchdown.
As a junior, Shaw earned first-team all-league, first-team all-area and League Offensive Back of the Year after rushing for 1,653 yards and 21 touchdowns. He also caught six passes for 102 yards and he had another score.
Shaw chose the Huskies over offers from the likes of Cal, Oregon State, Washington State, Michigan, Nebraska, San Diego State, Fresno State, Oregon, Purdue, Arizona, Arizona State, Idaho, Montana and Montana State.