"I made a verbal commitment," Washington said. "It seemed like a good fit."
The Husky coaching staff is recruiting him to play safety and got a chance to see Washington in that role at their camp this weekend.
"That went pretty good," he said. "I think I did pretty well at their camp."
Washington followed three-star defensive back Jonathan Lockett (Santa Ana, Calif./Mater Dei) and three-star running back Drew Lewis (Sammamish, Wash./Eastlake) in delivering pledges on Saturday. The Huskies now have six commits for their 2014 class.
As a junior, Washington recorded 83 tackles and four interceptions, and he also put up 653 yards as a receiver and scored touchdowns on 11 of his 21 receptions.
He's ranked No. 39 among prospects in the state of California and is the second defensive back to join the class, though ESPN 300 athlete commit Rahshead Johnson (Long Beach, Calif./Cabrillo) could play either receiver or defensive back at UW.