Bobby Washington Released From LOI

Former Wolfpack Target Bobby Washington has been released from his letter of intent, according to a press release from the University of Miami athletic department.

CORAL GABLES, Fla. - The University of Miami athletic department announced today that Bobby Washington, a 2004 football signee from Killian High School in Miami, will be granted his release from the letter of intent he signed in February.

In making the announcement, head football coach Larry Coker said, "Bobby and his parents came to us and sought to be released from his letter of intent, and we are in the process of granting that release. We wish Bobby tremendous success wherever he may go."

Washington originally chose the Hurricanes over NC State, Auburn, Iowa, Ohio State, Tennessee, and Georgia among others. He was the #4 running back in the nation by

Sources close to the situation have stated that NC State is one of the programs that Washington is considering for enrollment.

Washington starred for three seasons at Miami (Fl.) Killian High School. Ex-teamates Andre Maddox, Pat Thomas, Miguel Scott, and Stephen Tulloch are currently at NC State and could be a major advantage for the Wolfpack.

Stay tuned for more from Pack Pride on the situation regarding Miami (Fl.) Running Back Bobby Washington.

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