SchoolSports.com concludes its 10-part look at the nation's top recruiting classes by breaking down the No. 10 class from Oregon this week. The Ducks picked up four Top 100 football recruits from the Class of 2004, headlined by <b>De La Salle High (Calif.)</b> WR <b>Cameron Colvin</b>.
May 11, 2004
"When I saw all those declarations, I thought it was probably the cheeziest thing I had ever seen," Aaron Klovas told TheInsiders.com Tuesday, referring to the All-American Bowl, in which he participated in this past Saturday. Klovas was pushed to make his own declaration known nationally, but refused. Tuesday, he let the world know why and who he has selected as his college of choice.
January 6, 2004
Spanaway (Wash.) Bethel OL Aaron Klovas returned Sunday from his final visit, to Washington State, where he was one of two visitors to grace the Palouse this weekend. Klovas visited the Cougars as much to tie up some unanswered academic questions than anything, because if there's one in-state player that already knows a lot about WSU, it's Klovas.
December 21, 2003
WASHINGTON STATE, with but a handful of scholarships left to offer in its 2004 class, will be entertaining two of the West Coast's most coveted prep prospects this weekend. Adding one or both of them to the group the Cougars have assembled so far would put a giant exclamation point a class currently ranked among the top 20 in the land.
December 19, 2003