Washington hosts three-star QB
Daniel Bridge-Gadd picked up a scholarship offer from Washington earlier this month, putting his commitment to New Mexico State in question.
The three-star quarterback from Phoenix (Ariz.) Paradise Valley traveled up the coast over the weekend to officially visit the Huskies and came away so impressed that he said he could have an announcement to make in the coming days.
That all suggests that Washington assistant coach Jonathan Smith might be in for some good news this week.
Chilling with my future teammates at Husky Stadium #D1Bound #GoDawgs 🐺💜 pic.twitter.com/QS64GLkbXa— Camilo Eifler (@_miloeifler) October 19, 2015
This weekend was lit!!— Daniel Bridge-Gadd (@Pvqb10) October 19, 2015
IN HIS WORDS: "It was great," Bridge-Gadd told Rivals.com. "I'm going to make a decision in the next couple days. My favorite part was definitely the game environment; that place was crazy. Coach Smith talked to me about how my skill set would fit into the offense and that they are open to starting back to back true freshmen.
"I sat next to Sean (McGrew) during the game and that was great. Playing at a big-time Power Five program is what I've always wanted to do and I can do that at Washington."
WHAT'S NEXT?: The 6-foot-2, 185-pound prospect has always dreamed of playing in the Pac-12 so the Aggies could very well find themselves looking for another quarterback in this class while Washington appears set to add one. In eight games this season, Bridge-Gadd has passed for 2,214 yards and 25 touchdowns, leading his team to an undefeated mark.