Washington has landed a transfer commitment from former Kansas State offensive lineman Jalen Klemm.

Klemm, the son of former Oregon offensive line coach Adrian Klemm (now in the NFL), shared the news on his social media accounts Wednesday. He spent one season with the Wildcats before entering the transfer portal. A 6-foot-5, 273-pounder, Klemm took a redshirt during his lone season in Manhattan, giving him four years still to play with the Huskies.

Klemm was rated by 247Sports as a 4-star recruit in the 2022 class. The Gibsonia (Pa.) Pine-Richland product was the No. 12 prospect in the state of Pennsylvania and the No. 20 tackle in his class. He also was selected to play in the US Army All-American game.

The offensive line looks mostly set headed into fall camp. UW’s starting tackles, junior Troy Fautanu and sophomore Roger Rosengarten, return to man the left and right sides of the line, respectively. Matteo Mele, Nate Kalepo, and Julius Buelow are expected to start along the interior.

Klemm will have time to develop, and UW’s coaching staff should have plenty of time to decide where he’s best suited.