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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

May 21, 2009 at 9:14 AM

Thursday a.m. links — Heaps leaning to BYU?

We’ll start off a few morning links with this story from Rivals.com breaking down where some of the top QBs in the country may be heading. This was discussed a bit on the chat last night, as well.
In the story, Rivals.com recruiting analyst Mike Farrell (I’m assuming that’s not this Mike Farrell) writes that “BYU is the team to beat” for Heaps. He further states that “While Heaps is interested in Tennessee, LSU, California and Washington, sources say his Mormon faith will lead him to BYU. Heaps wants to make his decision in June, and if it isn’t BYU, it would be a stunner to a lot of people.”
As has been noted here and elsewhere, UW is also avidly recruiting QBs Jesse Scroggins and Nick Montana so it is attempting to make backup alternate in case Heaps does leave. Farrell notes, however, that Scroggins is also being heavily courted by Tennessee and that he has family ties there. And the same story says Georgia, Notre Dame, Ohio State and Stanford seem to be the top four for Montana.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— ESPN.com’s Ted Miller calls Jason Wells the player UW fans may most want to see back in action after missing the spring (the category was players who missed the entire spring due to injury/suspension, etc.).
Nick Daschel of Buster Sports notes how much money Steve Sarkisian could help bring to UW this year if he gets the Huskies off to a good start.
— Daschel also says Oregon has been the best at producing safeties in the Pac-10 the last decade.
All for now.

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