UW's Signing Day Considered Success
As any Husky fan might imagine, the general consensus is that Coach Sarkisian and his staff did an excellent job in lining-up one of the top recruiting classes in Washington's recent football history.
The program welcomes 30 top prospects who signed National Letters of Intent (NLI) at the first allowable opportunity yesterday. The NCAA rules designate football's signing period run from 7 a.m. (local time) on Wednesday, Feb. 3 through April 1. The NLI is a binding agreement between the school and the student-athlete that provides the athlete an athletics scholarship to for the 2010-11 season.
Following are a few links to media coverage of Washington's Signing Day activities:
GoHuskies.com's Signing Day Central has bios, photos, a recap of its signing day chat and a Podcast of Coach Sark's press conference.
Steve Kelley of the Seattle Times says Coach Sark makes Washington a winner on signing day.
The Times' Bob Condotta agrees, calling UW's signing day a success.
Todd Milles of the Tacoma News Tribune notes signing class' national ranking.
The Los Angeles Daily Breeze has this story on signee Sean Parker's decision to come to Washington.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald talks about the excitement surrounding UW's 30-man signing class.
Johnson also has this story that appeared in the Kitsap Sun that features an AP photo by Joe Nicholson of Coach Sark in the football offices.
SeattlePI.com's Todd Dybas writes about Parker's decision as well as a few other comments from signing day.
The Bleacher Report has the UW listed among its top 10 winners from signing day.
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