The first 7-on-7 period on day two of fall camp Saturday saw the continued emergence of redshirt sophomore wide receiver Jordan Chin, who appears to have turned the corner from a development perspective.

UW signed the 6-foot, 171-pound target in 2016 when Brent Pease was the Huskies WR coach.

One of only two Power Five scholarship offers coming out of Chaminade Prep High School (West Hills, California), Chin took official visits to Wyoming and Eastern Washington before the Huskies offered in late January.

Through the first two days of fall camp, and dating back to a strong showing in the spring, Chin has drawn applause from head coach Chris Petersen and WR coach Matt Lubick on several occasions.

UW does have several options ahead of Chin on the “seating chart”, specifically juniors Aaron Fuller and Andre Baccellia, sophomore Ty Jones and redshirt freshman Alex Cook. Fellow signing classmate Terrell Bynum, a former four-star recruit from St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.), along with true freshmen Austin Osborne and Marquis Spiker, have all been battling in that second-tier of receivers.

Combined between the 2017 and 2018 recruiting classes all but one player, four-star athlete Trey Lowe (Jesuit HS/Portland, Ore.), was recruited by Bush Hamdan, now the offensive coordinator / quarterbacks coach after serving as the WR coach / passing game coordinator in 2016.