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May 18, 2009 at 11:56 AM

Heaps says decision “probably around mid-June”

It was a busy wekend for some of the quarterbacks UW is recruiting for its Class of 2010, including Jake Heaps of Skyline High.
Heaps was named the MVP at the Stanford Nike Camp on Sunday. Afterward, he told Scout.com that he is aiming to make a decision on where he will pay his college ball “probably around mid-June.”
You can find the interview here, though it’s a part of the site’s premium content.
Heaps indicated the decision could take longer if he cuts his current list of five finalists to three (but there wasn’t really any elaboration of that point). He was again pretty vague about which way he’s leaning saying only that “I really like my five (finalists) right now.” He didn’t specify those in this interview but has said previously they are UW, BYU, Cal, LSU and Tennessee (in no particular order).
Also, one of UW’s other QB targets, Nick Montana, was named the best player this weekend at the Berkeley Elite 11 camp.

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