Recruiting 2011

It’s one of the biggest days in the college football calendar, but helmets are not required. Today is National Letter of Intent day for college football. Expectations are high as Washington State, Washington, Idaho and Eastern replenish their rosters with high school and junior college standouts. Throughout the day check back here for reactions from coaches and players and the letter of intent lists from the local colleges.


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    With remarkably few pressing needs coming off a national championship season, Eastern Washington coach Beau Baldwin had the luxury of being highly selective during a recruiting process abridged by his …


  • G-Prep’s Hopkins signs with Stanford; Oregon State lands Clute

    Charlie Hopkins signed his letter of intent before school Wednesday and planned to spend the afternoon continuing rehabilitation from a season-ending knee injury last fall. The Gonzaga Prep defensive end …


  • WSU goes big, not flashy

    Despite a splash of talented receivers, the emphasis in Paul Wulff’s fourth group was on bigs, with WSU already having 11 offensive or defensive linemen among its 24 players announced …


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    Washington State University’s 2011 football recruiting class.


  • Vandals build on recent success

    A family feel inside the program and heightened expectations – those are the two themes Robb Akey heard over and over again from recruits after they took official visits to …


  • Idaho’s 2011 class

    University of Idaho’s 2011 football recruiting class.


  • Blanchette: Sankey’s change of heart stokes Apple Cup rivalry

    Washington gets the most coveted Spokane football player in more than a decade - Bishop Sankey - and the Cougars got some other guys that they’re all charged up about …


  • National champion Eastern reloads

    With remarkably few pressing needs coming off a national championship season, Eastern Washington coach Beau Baldwin had the luxury of being highly selective during a recruiting process abridged by his …


  • Eastern’s 2011 class

    Eastern Washington’s 2011 football recruiting class.


  • Williams cream of crop at Washington

    Steve Sarkisian didn’t need Washington’s victory in the Holiday Bowl and its first winning season in eight years to boost the Huskies’ recruiting class.


  • Washington’s 2011 class

    University of Washington’s 2011 football recruiting class.


  • Area players head out of state

    Charlie Hopkins signed his letter of intent before school Wednesday and planned to spend the afternoon continuing rehabilitation from a season-ending knee injury last fall.


  • More on WSU’s football signing class

    COUGARS OK, we’ve heard from Paul Wulff – and I’m not about to try to summarize his 40-minute conference call; I’m not that masochistic … or sadistic – and I’ve …


  • Eagles get selective with 2011 recruiting class

    Beau Baldwin, the third-year head coach of Eastern Washington University’s NCAA Division I national champion football team, announced the signing of 20 high school recruits to letters of intent on …


  • Vandal sign 22 commits

    The University of Idaho announced a class of 22 players who have signed letters of intent (now including the three who signed in January, Dominique Blackman, A.J. Annelus and Ryan …


  • Sankey’s letter arrives at UW

    Gonzaga Prep running back Bishop Sankey, originally a Washington State commit, has signed his letter of intent to play football at Washington. Comments here from running backs coach Joel Thomas, …


  • Faxes roll into WSU

    COUGARS What do you know. The first high school players who committed to Washington State, sans the very first one, all get their letters of intents in early. Read on …


  • Something going on today at WSU?

    COUGARS It’s hard to believe that the first day of the football letter of intent signing period, Signing Day if you will, has snuck up on us. Some things just …


  • Roundup of Vandal commits

    On the eve of signing day, we’ve got a look at the University of Idaho’s recruiting efforts in what will be Robb Akey’s fifth class. Much is unknown at this …


  • Idaho prep star commits to EWU

    Eastern Washington will make its 2011 football recruiting class official on Wednesday, the first day prospects can sign letters of intent. Among those expected to sign with the reigning national …


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