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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

January 23, 2010 at 6:50 PM

Saturday night links, notes — Times’ recruiting package highlights future Huskies

I’ll begin with a few links from the Times’ annual football recruiting package, much of which touches on future Huskies:
— First is the overview story, noting that UW will sign three of the Times’ four Blue Chip players in the state — Chris Young, Colin Porter and Sione Potoa’e.
— Here’s a look at each of the Blue Chip players (Blue the highest ranking of Blue, Red and White Chip players based on their college potential).
— Here’s the history of the past Blue Chip players.
— Here are this year’s Red Chips and White Chips.
— Finally, here’s a feature on Young in which he states again that he’s confident that he’ll make it into UW
UPDATE — After initially posting this, a reader sent me the stats for the East-West Shrine Game today, in which UW’s Daniel Te’o-Nesheim participated. He was not credited with any tackles but did get credit for two quarterback hurries. Each came on consecutive plays in the second quarter when he beat his man and hurried East QB Mike Kafka of Northwestern. The East won 13-10.
— And I see my mention of Don James and his Miami history raised some questions. He was definitely the QB at Miami-Fla and not the similarly named school in Ohio. He played there in the early ’50s and left holding five school records. He was later induced into the school’s Hall of Fame in the same class as Jim Kelly. He later was a high school coach in Miami for a few years (which is what I meant, but I should have been more specific) before spending seven years as an assistant at Florida State. He grew up in Ohio, but his college playing career and early coaching career was all spent in Florida.
All for now.

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