The Washington Huskies continued to add to their 2014 class when they received a commitment from 3-star wide receiver Brayden Lenius on Wednesday evening.
Brayden Lenius after his announcement for Washington… http://t.co/1nRRFgE3ye
— Brandon Huffman (@BrandonHuffman) February 5, 2014
Lenius has a huge frame at 6’5 and 215 pounds and could become either a wide receiver or a tight end at the next level. He attends Chaminade High School in West Hills, California.
Lenius chose Washington over the Boise State Broncos, Miami Hurricanes, Minnesota Golden Gophers, Utah Utes and the rival Washington State Cougars, among others.
Lenius took advantage of his official visits as he neared a decision. On the weekend of January 17, he officially visited Washington State. A week later, he headed east to check out Minnesota. He then took a mid week visit to Utah before concluding his visit with a trip to Washington. That visit obviously helped sway his opinion.
Lenius is considered the 137th best wide receiver prospect, 105th best overall prospect in California and the 1,050th best overall prospect in the class of 2014, according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings.