4-Star WR/TE Devin Culp Commits to Washington Huskies

    Four-star wide receiver/tight end Devin Culp has pledged to Washington. He becomes the seventh commitment for the Huskies in the 2018 class.

    April 8, 2017

    Four-star wide receiver/tight end Devin Culp has pledged to Washington. He becomes the seventh commitment for the Huskies in the 2018 class.


    Former Oregon commitment Devin Culp is headed to the Pac-12 after all.

    The ex-Ducks pledge announced via Twitter on Saturday that he will continue his football-playing career at Washington for head coach Chris Petersen and his staff.

    The Class of 2018 four-star wide receiver/tight end is a Spokane, WA, native, so Petersen and Co. were able to keep one of the West Coast’s best pass-catchers in-state. He made the pledge during the Huskies’ Junior Day after backing off of his commitment with the Ducks when Mark Helfrich was fired. Oregon replaced Helfrich with former USF head coach Willie Taggart,

    At 6-foot-4 and 218 pounds, the Gonzaga Prep High School star can not only stretch the field vertically, but he’s also a threat sideline to sideline as well. Despite having lined up in a variety of spots, he is likely to play TE at the college level.

    Culp is Washington’s seventh commitment for the 2018 class, following friend Colson Yankoff from Coeur d’Alene. Yankoff had also committed to Oregon earlier before opening his recruitment back up and committing to Washington late last month. Six of the seven U-Dub pledges are 4-star prospects, according to Scout. Culp is the Huskies’ fourth receiver or tight end in the class.

    U-Dub beat out Washington State and Oregon State for Culp’s commitment.

    The Huskies are coming off of one of the better seasons in program history, advancing to the College Football Playoff before losing to Alabama in the Peach Bowl.

    MORE: 5-Star DE Xavier Thomas Commits To Clemson Tigers

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