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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

February 1, 2010 at 11:02 AM

Monday morning news, notes

T-minus about 44 hours now until signing day begins — the letters begin rolling in at 7 a.m.
A few news and notes until then. …
— There was a question whether Erik Kohler would be one of the UW commits enrolling early. The answer is no. I spoke to Kohler for a while a couple nights ago for a story that will run in Tuesday’s edition of the Times as a prelude to signing day and he said he will be enrolling at the normal time, coming up in June to join the freshman bridge program. He also said Oaks Christian will be having a rather large signing day ceremony at the school with seven football players signing LOIs (including Nick Montana) as well as athletes in other sports.
— Speaking of Montana, he’s mentioned in this video on ESPN.com discussing Pac-10 recruiting.
— Here’s a Bleacher Report story on Tim Tebow that I pass along solely to try to correct what seems to be a common national mistake — that Jake Locker didn’t declare for the draft because the NFL Advisory Committee told him he wouldn’t go in the first round. Both Jake and his father, Scott Locker, said they never even saw the report before Jake made his decision — a decision he made within 10 days of the end of the season or before it was even realistic to think he could have gotten a report back — and Scott said weeks later they still hadn’t seen it, and in fact, hadn’t even told the NFL to even compile the information. So to imply anything else is to call them liars. I think I’ll believe the Locker family more than I do some guy from the Bleacher Report.
— The National Football Post has this look at Pac-10 recruiting.
All for now.

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