Washington on the prowl for quarterbacks
Barring a disastrous injury, Washington will enjoy continued excellent quarterback play in 2010 with potential No. 1 NFL Draft selection Jake Locker under center.
But where will the Huskies turn in 2011?
As of now, head coach Steve Sarkisian has only Nick Montana and Keith Price on the roster, so there’s no question that Sark will be looking to add depth in the form of one or two quarterbacks in the 2011 recruiting class.
Will one particular signal-caller fall into the Huskies’ lap?
With Oregon signing Johnny Manziel over the weekend to go along with blue-chipper Jerrard Randall, could Ducks verbal Marcus Mariota now be headed to Seattle?
According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, it’s a distinct possibility that the Saint Louis School in Honolulu quarterback could re-open his recruitment after reports surfaced that he is now a “soft verbal” to Eugene.
The Huskies also are still in play for Brett Hundley, one of the country’s best unsigned prospects. However, Rick Neuheisel and UCLA appear to be the frontrunners for his services.
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