Seth Jacobs picked up an offer from Washington this past weekend and another one from Washington State on Tuesday night as things continue to go really well for the Arroyo Grande, Calif., outside linebacker.
"Washington offered me on Sunday and I've been in contact with them and then I talked to them once or twice before that, too," said Jacobs, who was interviewed prior to the Cougars' offer.
"I've been talking to them and they seem like good people. Part of their coaching staff was at Idaho when my dad was playing there so they're very familiar with my dad. It was cool and I'm looking forward to getting to know them better."
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Jacobs, a 6-foot-2, 205-pound prospect who looked good at the recent Los Angeles NIKE Camp, has not scheduled a visit to Washington yet but could plan one by summertime.
"I'm looking forward to it," Jacobs said. "My parents went up there one time and they said it's gorgeous so I'm looking forward to checking out the campus and making sure it fits me best as an athlete and as a student.
"Whatever fits me best, that's pretty much my whole thing, in this whole recruiting process."
Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Oregon State, SMU, Washington and Washington State have now offered Jacobs, who said he's hearing more from Stanford and USC on a regular basis.
Things are happening fast for Jacobs since Arizona offered earlier this month and new programs are getting involved all the time. With so much action in his recruitment, Jacobs isn't expected to make a commitment soon.