Another former Boise State commit has decided to follow Chris Petersen to the Washington Huskies.
According to a report on Dawgman, 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive lineman Jesse Sosebee has flipped his commitment to the University of Washington after visiting the campus over the weekend.
The Edison High School prospect explained that Washington simply provides a better opportunity than Boise State does:
I actually committed to (Washington) on Sunday, but I wanted to wait and just make sure everything was right and in order. Boise State is a great program and they will do well over there, but I had to do what was best for me and that’s playing for Washington and being a Husky.
The strength and conditioning coach up there (Tom Socha), he played offensive line and he said he’s been with coach Petersen since the beginning. Then he said, ‘You have two options, you can either get on the train and go for the ride or you can watch it leave.’ I didn’t want to watch it leave. I wanted to ride that train and be part of what they have going on up there (Dawgman via The Seattle Times).
Sosebee is the fourth recruit to flip from Boise State to Washington since Petersen was hired by the Huskies.
[Source: The Seattle Times]