"I was at Washington Saturday for a track meet," said Brandt-Sims. "I was talking to their sprint coach and he offered me a full ride if I wanted to come just for track."
"Then I walked outside and I ran into the new running backs coach, Coach Nansen," said Brandt-Sims. "He said they wanted to offer me a full ride too and that if I came I could do both. I actually raced against one of their defensive backs in the meet."
Brandt-Sims is familiar with the Husky program and is already starting to feel some friendly pressure to stay home.
"I was really excited," said Brandt-Sims. "I have a lot of family that wants me to go there."
Washington isn't the only Pac-12 program showing interest in the 6'0" 180lbs prospect, who plays running back for his high school team, but could also move to wide receiver in college.
"Earlier this week, Arizona State came by the school and sort of offered me," said Brandt-Sims. "They basically said I have an offer, but they want me to come down to their junior day and get the official offer from the head coach."
Brandt-Sims talked about the opportunity to play two sports in college.
"Well, I really want to play football," said Brandt-Sims. "Track, I'll see how far I get in high school and I'll probably try and do it in college."
In addition to his track schedule, Brandt-Sims is preparing for his senior season and some upcoming college junior days.
"I am just working out a lot. I have had a bunch of track meets, mainly at Washington. I went to a meet at Washington State as well," said Brandt-Sims. "Then I know for sure I am going to a couple junior days. I know I will be at Washington and Washington State, then maybe UCLA if I can get down there."