Bothell’s Jacob Sirmon getting a head start as Huskies’ quarterback of the future


The prized recruit for the Huskies’ 2018 class is already meeting weekly with UW coach Chris Petersen and offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith to study film and learn the playbook.

Academically, he is still just a junior at Bothell High School, and yet Jacob Sirmon is already deep into a graduate-level course in Advanced Quarterbacking at the University of Washington.

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Talking senior season goals with Jacob Sirmon (1:03.50 mark)

Sirmon, Bothell’s blue-chip quarterback, made a verbal commitment to the Huskies after his sophomore season in December 2015, the first recruit to join UW’s Class of 2018. In some ways, he already feels like a member of the team. Sirmon regularly visits the UW football offices to learn the Huskies’ playbook and break down film with coach Chris Petersen and offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith.

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