College Football Recruiting: Why Washington Huskies' Class Is Being Underrated

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College Football Recruiting: Why Washington Huskies' Class Is Being Underrated
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With the recruiting season in full swing, team rankings are being created and debated. One common theme among rankings from ESPNScout and Rivals is the much-too-low placement of the University of Washington's 2013 recruiting class.

The Huskies' 2013 class is taking on the look of a Top 10 class. Yet, all three aforementioned lists have the Huskies at no higher than No. 13; ESPN even has the recruiting class as 20th in the nation.  

While head coach Steve Sarkisian isn't bringing in a Top-Five recruiting class, the 2013 group is already better than last year's and may end up as the best recruiting class that UW has seen in a long time.  

Let's take a look at why the 2013 University of Washington recruiting class should be ranked higher. 

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