Four-Star Running Back Commits to Washington

The Washington Huskies just got a lot faster. And they need all the speed they can get. Ever since Bishop Sankey left for the NFL Draft, the running game has not been the same for the Pac-12 teams.

According to College Spun, four star running back Sean McGrew has committed to the Huskies in a ceremony late Wednesday afternoon. He made the announcement alongside high school teammates Traveon Beck and D.J. Harris, who both committed to California and Arizona State respectively, in a ceremony at Bellflower St. John Bosco High.

The high school made the announcement via Twitter.

The 5’8″, 175-pound McGrew is the number four all-purpose back in the country according to 247 Sports. He went with the Huskies over Arizona State, UCLA, and others. McGrew will certainly add that dynamic element the Huskies have missed ever since Keith Price and Sankey left for the next level.

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