Three-star Phoenix (Az.) Mountain Pointe offensive lineman Natrell Curtis has decommitted from Washington, according to multiple reports.
The news comes at a currently inconvenient time for the Huskies, to say the least. The program is already trying to manage the transition from outgoing coach Steve Sarkisian to Chris Petersen, and it recently received notice that defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi was being investigated for recruiting violations. Although this may not have been a factor in Curtis' decision to look elsewhere, it is worth mentioning that Lupoi was his main recruiter.
With Curtis now out of the picture, the Huskies have just seven commits in the 2014 class and are last in the Pac-12 according to the 247sports composite, trailing 11th place Colorado by a sizeable margin.
The 18th ranked offensive guard in the 2014 class, Curtis holds offers from several other high-profile programs, including Oklahoma, Arizona State, Ohio State and Vanderbilt. He is rated as a three-star recruit on the 247sports composite, with a four-star rating from ESPN.