The official visitors include linebacker Keishawn Bierria (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne), twins Tyrell Robinson and Tyree Robinson (San Diego, Calif./Lincoln), offensive lineman Coleman Shelton (Los Angeles/Loyola), walk-on running back commit Ralph Kinne (Shelton, Wash./Shelton) and athlete Zach Vis (Lynden, Calif./Lynden).
Joining this group will be a long list of verbal commits who are champing at the bit to sign their letters of intent Feb. 6. Defensive end Joe Mathis (Upland, Calif./Upland), cornerback Jermaine Kelly (Los Angeles/Salesian), linebacker Azeem Victor (Pomona, Calif./Pomona), receiver John Ross (Long Beach, Calif./Jordan) and offensive lineman Dane Crane (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Santa Margarita) all plan on spending the last weekend before signing day in Seattle.
And, since walk-on commit Ryan Turman (Bellevue, Wash./Interlake) is a local prospect, expect him to spend time with his future teammates, as well.
Now, in addition to, the confirmed group, there is talk that one of Washington’s talented targets will take an unofficial visit this weekend. If that happens, it could be a big weekend for the Huskies.
While Washington spends the weekend working to complete its class, it is time to tackle the mailbag.
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Brent via email: I know Tyree and Tyrell opened things up slightly when Chip Kelly left. They're set to visit Washington and will give the Huskies a "fair shot."
How strong is their pledge to Oregon? And could Washington become a real player here?
A: DuckNation’s Brandon Oliver helped me answer this question. Here are his thoughts on Tyree and Tyrell Robinson:
“They both remain committed and say it will stay that way after visiting USC and canceling an Ohio State visit, but Tyree wanted to go to Washington originally, so if the Huskies have them both on campus this weekend (along with a large group of recruits), it could very well cause a change of heart. UW is definitely a player.”
@blykmyk44 via Twitter: If Myles Jack wasn’t from Bellevue would it be such a big deal if UW missed him? Feel like some overrating a pretty good prospect.
A: Based on the way he played as a senior and the programs pursuing Jack, I think he is actually underrated by some.
He has tremendous talent. Since he played his high school football at Bellevue (Wash.), losing a local prospect would add to the sting. But, more than where he played high school football, the Huskies want Jack because they know he has the potential to be a big-time talent in the Pac-12.
@udubdawgs1 via Twitter: Nico Falah. Where does he end up going? Sometimes I think he’s going to be a Dawg and sometimes not so much.
A: I keep going back-and-forth on this, too. If you asked me this yesterday, my answer would have been different from what I think today. At this point, I think there is a very good chance Falah flips from USC to Washington.
The Huskies seem to be right there in the mix to land the four-star offensive lineman.