LETTERS OF INTENT UPDATED 6 P.M.; 6:10
If you’re wondering where your favorite high school athletes are going to college, or how who decided to attend your favorite college, we’ll try to keep you updated.
Listed below are players who have signed with colleges by school, with links to the official releases.
EWU: The Eagles signed three players, including 6-foot-10 post Nathan Lozeau from Marysville, Wash.
Gonzaga: Four players have or will sign, including 6-10 Austin Daye from Irvine, Calif., and Steven Gray from Bainbridge, Wash. UPDATE … Here is the list of GU signees.
Washington: The Huskies signed two players, none from the state.
UPDATE … WSU: The Cougars announced one signee, Abe Lodwick from Oregon.
EWU: Two players have signed, including Kyla Evans, a 5-11 guard from Brewster, Wash.
UPDATE … GU: The Zags signed two players from Washington, 5-11 forward Claire Rapp from Prosser and Courtney Vandersloot, a 5-8 point guard from Kentwood. Vandersloot, who I saw a lot last spring and summer, is special.
UPDATE … IDAHO: The Vandals signed two players from outside the area.
UPDATE No. 2 … WASHINGTON: The Huskies signed six players, including Lewis and Clark’s Katelan Redmon.
UPDATE … WSU: The Cougars have signed Katie Calderwood, a 6-foot guard from Colorado.
UPDATE No. 2 … TENNESSEE: Angie Bjorklund joins the best recruiting class in the nation.