The Climb Is Steep
On one hand, some will not want to put in the hours. On the other hand, some may not desire more than a four year scholarship to relax in the sunshine. Finally, others may not want to push themselves too hard.
And that’s okay. Greatness doesn’t care. In fact, weeding out the many keeps greatness within the reach of just the few who want it desperately enough.
Even so, the Washington Football program is not for everyone. Nor should it be. As a matter of fact, the calling to be a Washington Husky is only heard by the few, the proud, the hungry. At the very least, the 2018 Recruiting class is a very special class of football athletes. On one hand, four star commit quarterback Jacob Sirmon is already breaking down film with the coaches. On the other hand, receiver Devin Culp embraces his versatility with great hands at either tight end or wide receiver. Finally, four-star athlete Trey Lowe embraced his opportunity with the Washington Huskies.
Two Way Commitment
Those are but a few of the few who understand the commitment they must make to their future. But in return, the Washington Huskies Football team makes an even greater commitment to each athlete.
The Washington Football program will deliver each player to their fullest potential. The only speed bump to future opportunity is the limits each athlete carries inside himself. On one hand, this is a team where each player looks out for one another, pushes one another, cheers for one another. On the other hand, this is no collection of athletes. Ultimately, this is a team which is greater than the sum of its parts.
And in a team, each member is so confident in their own abilities, that they can compliment the efforts of the others. And that is what keeps the Washington Huskies special.