SEATTLE -- When it comes to quarterbacks, Washington's stable is stocked with blue-chip prospects. Two-year starter Keith Price is returning for his senior season, and the Huskies added a pair of top prospects to its 2012 class in Jeff Lindquist and Cyler Miles.
about 1239 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies
SEATTLE -- Washington is in a very good position to bring in some top talent this weekend. Receiver John Ross (Long Beach, Calif./Jordan) is planning to pick between Washington, Oregon and UCLA at Friday's Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, and defensive end Joe Mathis (Upland, Calif.
about 1243 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies
Troy Williams (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne) is spending the final few days before he leaves for college with his family. "It's really important to see those familiar faces again and just hang out with the people who have been there for you since you were young, everybody that loves you," he said.
about 1244 days ago | Mason Kelley | On The Trail: West Region
SEATTLE -- Judging by the responses from Washington's official visitors Sunday, the Huskies experienced one of their most successful weekends of the season. Offensive lineman Brayden Kearsley said "it was awesome, I had a blast.
about 1261 days ago | Mason Kelley | NCF On The Trail
After spending the weekend in Seattle on an official visit to Washington, Patrick Enewally (Cerritos, Calif./Gahr) was impressed by the Huskies' "family-based atmosphere." One week after visiting Boise State, the 6-foot-1, 190-pound cornerback has learned plenty about a pair of potential suitors.
about 1262 days ago | Mason Kelley | NCF On The Trail
NORWALK, Calif. -- The mere mention of USC brings a smirk to the face of Keishawn Bierria (Harbor City, Calif./Narbonne). One of the fastest rising senior recruits in Los Angeles, Bierria has dreamed of storming through the Memorial Coliseum tunnel in the cardinal-and-gold uniform.
HYATTSVILLE, Md. - There was plenty of excitement on the opening day of the Team Takeover High School Hoops Festival. Andrew Wiggins, the nation's No. 1 player was in the building and he drew a capacity crowd.