The state of Washington is loaded with quality division one prospects this coming season and none are more accomplished than Pasco DE Hank Vincent. He took an unofficial visit to Montlake two weeks ago and talked to Dawgman.com about how recruiting is going, what his plans are for this summer and who would win a battle between himself and a soon-to-be Husky freshman.
February 21, 2006
As Washington head coach Tyrone Willingham announced the 21 players who make up the 2006 recruiting class for the Huskies, many recruitniks were already clamoring to find out about the in-state prospects for the 2007 recruiting season. Here is a preliminary look at some of the players from around the "Evergreen State" who will be seniors next year. Today it's the big guys, the trench dawgs that spell the difference between winning and losing.
February 9, 2006
AN OLD ADAGE IS THAT recruiting is like shaving: If you don't do it everyday you'll look like a bum. And so it is that the ink is barely dry on 2006 letters of intent and college coaches are fast at work building their databases for 2007. From the state of Washington, 25 to 35 prep athletes typically earn major college scholarships. The 2007 class looks to follow suit. Here's a snapshot at 10 seniors-to-be coming off big junior years. They could be among the most talked about a year from now.
February 2, 2006