Not only did the Washington Huskies land highly touted quarterback K.J. Carta-Samuels Wednesday, but they also got a commitment from three-star running Jomon Dotson.
Dotson originally committed to the Colorado Buffaloes back in October after they were one of the first BCS schools to offer him. Chris Peterson offered Dotson a scholarship when he was the head coach of the Boise State Broncos just after that commitment and when he became the Huskies’ head man in December, he extended a Washington offer to Dotson.
“After thinking about it, I just knew Washington was the right fit and place for me,” Dotson explained to Scott Eklund of Dawgman.com, a Scout.com affiliate via Adam Jude of The Seattle Times. “I liked the academic programs they have there and their facility is top-notch.”
The 6’0, 170-pound Dotson attends American Canyon High School in American Canyon, California.
He is considered the 54th best running and 75th best player in California according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings. He is not rated in the national rankings.
He chose Washington over Colorado, Arizona State and Boise State, among others.