Harlow says "I'm a Dawg"

It's been less than 24 hours since he returned home from his second visit to Montlake, but this morning San Clemente (Ca.) OL Sean Harlow made the decision to become a Husky and he spoke to Dawgman.com shortly after calling the Washington coaches and he let us know how everything went down...

"It wasn't an easy decision at all," Harlow admitted to Dawgman.com shortly after talking to the Husky coaches. "All of these schools recruiting me, they've done a great job and I really liked them all, but Washington was just the right place for me.

"I really believe in the program and where it's headed. I felt like it was the perfect combination of school and football and I love the staff there. They are the staff I think that can help me max out my potential.

"I'm a Dawg and I'm really happy about my decision."

Harlow said he spent some time with Husky offensive line coach Dan Cozzetto while he was in Seattle over the weekend and the two spent some time mapping out future plans.

"He said if I committed there, that they want me to start recruiting for them and help them out with some more guys and that's what is next for me," Harlow said. "I'm going to go to work on (Riley Sorenson and John Lopez) and tell them to join up because spots are going fast.

"Coach Cozzetto is a great coach and he really motivates you to get the job done and finish everything you do. I can't wait to get up there."

Speaking of "getting up there", Harlow told Dawgman.com he plans to enroll early so as to give himself every chance to earn early playing time.

"My plan is to graduate early so I can be there for spring ball," Harlow said. "It's just really exciting for me.

"They said they want to start me out at tackle and then if things don't work out I can always slide inside to play guard. I don't really care. I just want to play and if they think I can help them the most outside or inside, I'll give it my all."

San Clemente begins camp very soon and starts their season on August 24th against West Adams Prep.

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