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Another football recruiting commit for the Huskies

Post by Ryan Divish on Jan. 21, 2012 at 10:05 am with No Comments »
January 21, 2012 12:17 pm

The infamous “Woof” tweet went out from the @CoachSark twitter feed last night and like the Bat Signal, both Dawgman.com and RealDawg.com sprung into action. To find out who committed to the Huskies.

And no, I really don’t care, who had it first.

Both sites reported that it was running back Psalm Wooching of Kealakehe High in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, who committed.

Who wouldn’t like to be in Kona right now?

From the Dawgman story (subscription required)

Dawgman.com spoke Saturday morning with Psalm’s father Paulo, who was nice enough to provide some insight into the recruiting process of his son, which seemingly has been put to bed with a verbal commitment to Washington

“It came down that those would be the top two he had (UCLA and UW),” Paulo said. “The Huskies came to our house, coach Sark and coach Nansen came to our house, and that made a big deal to Psalm. Somebody who really wants him was at our house and tell him what they want him to be part of.”

While Wooching plays running back, it seems as though most people are projecting him as a fullback. And that  is a position of need for the Huskies, who used Tim Tucker and Jonathan Amosa there this season.

Arik Armstead, the top offensive line recruit, still hasn’t decided on a school yet. Neither has his brother Armond either. But the last line of this notebook is the most interesting.

In the meantime, the brothers have been savaged on social media outlets such as Twitter, with frustrated fans – or those feeling jilted – firing off venomous notes. The brothers nod their heads and wonder.

Perhaps the best response to these “fans” is one they would understand “SMH”

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