One key to the NCAA Championship football team is to be the strongest player on the field. UW Husky’s Strength Coach Tim Socha is the Huskies’ secret weapon
The University of Washington Husky recruiting class of 2017 is a solid class of young men who share both passion and dreams of starring in football. But young men growing from their late teens to early twenties are in need of training and development-not only with their football skills, but with their rapidly growing and maturing physiques.
To realize that dream, and satisfy that passion, each has aligned himself with the school that did the best job of “selling” their program. If you have ever gone to buy a new car, you know that you can be sold something you didn’t really want by a persuasive salesman. If you are vigilant, you understand what you want, why you want it, and generally end up with just that.
Young men who sign Letters of Intent need to be equally vigilant. Reseach, discuss, but understand that perspective can skew. A USC graduate will tout USC. A UW graduate will tout UW.
But there are independent sources as well. Objective assessments that can help young men make the difficult decision. Position coaches, success of the program, stability of the coaching staff, all combine to add certainty to uncertainty.
But to a young man, it comes down to the ultimate answer: Will I emerge from this university fully prepared to take on the next level? At UW, the answer is a resounding YES! The teams rapid ascension in the ranks of the NCAA are a testimony to the fine coaches assembled by head coach Chris Petersen.