Using hastags like #PAC12Champs2013, #GoDaWgs, #PracticeWinning and #UWLBs, he has demonstrated both his commitment to the program and the lofty goals he has set for himself and his future teammates.
“I can be a little bit livelier on the Internet, on Twitter,” he said.
The Huskies expect the three-star recruit to be as just as lively on the field. His enthusiasm has helped galvanize a recruiting class that is currently rated No. 19 in the nation.
One of three linebackers currently committed to the Huskies, the 6-foot-4, 225-pound standout is a talented tackler, who adjusted well to a senior-season switch from defensive end to linebacker.
The California native took his official visit to Washington on Jan. 11. Once he returned home, it didn’t take him long to start thinking about a return trip, a journey that he expects to last for at least the next four years.
He said he is already “homesick” for Seattle. He is ready to begin his college career, and the Huskies are anxious for him to become a part of the program.