Unofficial visitors take in Washington win

Sean Constantine was in attendance for Washington's win against Oregon State. Mason Kelly/ESPN.com

SEATTLE -- Washington did it again.

As the final seconds ticked off the clock during a 20-17 win over No. 7 Oregon State, fans lined up along the railings at CenturyLink Field.

While at least one fan fell onto the field a few seconds early, it didn’t take long for the rest of the crowd to spill out of the stands, rushing the field for the second time this season after a win over a top 10 opponent.

The Huskies didn’t have any official visitors in attendance, but there were still plenty of prospects who watched the victory unfold.

This time, though, the recruits who also witnessed the Huskies’ win over Stanford weren’t so quick to storm the field.

Bellevue (Wash.) teammates Sean Constantine (a Washington commit) and Myles Jack (a UCLA commit) surveyed the scene from their seats.

They didn’t seem to be in any hurry to join in the fray on the field.

Eventually, all of the prospects in the stands made there way to the turf. Sophomore quarterback Ross Bowers (Bothell, Wash./Bothell) walked around the field with his father, John.

"Great game #udubnation," Bowers tweeted after the game.

Joining the other unofficial visitors were junior linebacker Devante Downs (Mountlake Terrace, Wash./Mountlake Terrace), who recently landed a Washington offer, Huskies kicker commit Cameron Van Winkle (Snoqualmie, Wash./Mount Si), 2014 prospects safety Bishard “Budda” Baker (Bellevue, Wash./Bellevue) and running back Isaiah Brandt-Sims (Wenatchee, Wash./Wenatchee).

"Udub game is live right now!!" Downs tweeted late in the fourth quarter.

Junior offensive lineman Kaleb McGary (Fife, Wash./Fife) was spotted wearing an impressive cowboy hat and was roped into taking a cell-phone picture of Washington linebacker John Timu with a few fans postgame.