June 10, 2009

Montana to Washington

It is official. Well, verbally anyway.

Nick Montana, a quarterback and son of hall of fame quarterback Joe Montana is coming to the University of Washington.

Montana, 6-foot-2, 190-pounds, will be in the class of 2010 for UW. And he gave his verbal commitment to Head Coach Steve Sarkisian and will sign his letter of intent in February.

Now this signing is awesome for UW and exactly what they need.

The soon-to-be senior qb from Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, Calif., will not only bring a great arm, quarterback thinking, and quick decision making (he's ranked in the top 20 players at QB in the country) but he brings with him the reputation of being a hall of fame quarterbacks son.

Montana also had scholarship offers from LSU, Ohio State, Stanford, Alabama, Notre Dame and Georgia.

But evidently he knew his choice after his recent visit to Seattle.

UW might have lost Sammamish native and stud QB Jake Heaps to BYU. But they brought in another great QB in Montana.

Oh, and an interesting note, on September 18, Montana will lead Oaks Christian High School into Sammamish, Washington to take on Heaps and Washington powerhouse Skyline High School.

And you can bet the Northern Rangers will be out there covering that game.

1 comment:

  1. This has nothing to do with Hannah Montana coming to Seattle!?!?!