After a very successful 2016, the Washington Husky football program must recruit for the 2017 football season. Here are the teams top tem needs.
The Washington Huskies had a great season in 2016, a season that fell short of the mark of a national championship. However, the team was highly competitive, and the team proudly raised the standards of UW football.
Now, the baton is in the hands of the 2017 football program. And everyone knows that a college football program is only as effective as the players recruited to the team. UW football is no exception, so the February 1st Signing Day is awfully important to the Huskies.
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The fact is, that Signing Day is important to virtually every NCAA football program in the nation. That makes it a very competitive business to entice the right player to the right program. Recruitment and signing quality players makes up a large part of the responsibility of the head coach of a college football program.
But it’s not just signing anyone. With graduation, and declaring for the NFL, this team will be losing some key players this season. Let’s take a look at the players who will be hanging up their Huskies cleats: