Harlow talks about visit to Montlake

Washington played host to one of the top prospects on their radar as San Clemente (Ca.) OL Sean Harlow was in Seattle for the past couple days. Dawgman.com caught up with the talented lineman and he updated us on how his visit went as well as what his plans are for the next few weeks...

"It was a real good visit. I got a lot of great information about Washington, their program and the city of Seattle since I had never been there before," Harlow told Dawgman.com after landing in Denver late Wednesday evening. "I got a chance to see the city and then I watched practice today, which was really cool to see. I got an idea of what they do and how their coaches coach up their guys.

"I also got to see how intense their stuff gets which was awesome. A couple of the guys got in a fight because of how intense it was and that's always something you like to see."

While he was on campus, he said he got to meet with the coaches and see the facilities as well as the improvements the Huskies are making to them.

"The coaches talked with me a lot about what they are looking for and how they are building their program," Harlow said. "I also saw some of the facilities and the upgrades they are doing which are going to be amazing, so I just got a lot of information on them and eventually that will help me make my decision on where I want to be."

Including his trip to Seattle to see the Huskies up close, Harlow said he plans to visit Colorado today and tomorrow and earlier this week he visited Boise State, Oregon and Oregon State and has already taken a visit to Utah as well.

"Right now I'm just in info gathering mode," Harlow said. "I wanted to get out to see the different schools that have offered me and also start getting more information so when I'm ready to start narrowing things down and get closer to making a decision that will be what I rely on."

We will have more from Harlow in the coming weeks as he continues through the recruiting process and will update things as they happen with him.

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