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July 30, 2012
Harlow's decision will come soon
Three-star offensive lineman Sean Harlow visited Washington on Sunday and Monday and that was probably the last college visit before his decision.
The San Clemente (Calif.) tackle had been at Oregon State just before visiting Washington, and the Huskies made one final pitch for him.
"It went pretty well," Harlow told UDUBNation.com just as he was leaving Washington. "I did the whole tour and took everything in. I brought my mom and my little brother up. I saw the campus, the classrooms and how the stadium's coming along, so they told us all about that. Overall it went pretty well."
Harlow arrived at Washington around 3 p.m. on Sunday afternoon and stayed at the school until around noon on Monday.
On Sunday he spent most of his time in the downtown area and then hung out with plenty of the players. This morning was the tour.
"I got along with the guys pretty well," Harlow said. "There were just like five of them, mostly linemen. They were talking about how they liked the school.
"It seemed like we all got along really well. They're coming together as a team. I really enjoyed it."
Steve Sarkisian, Tosh Lupoi and Dan Cozzetto were the Husky coaches that spoke with Harlow on his trip. UW's head man had a bold message for the three-star lineman.
"Coach Sarkisian told me they're rebuilding and they're on the rise. He thinks they'll be contending hopefully for national championships as well as Pac-12 championships," he recalled.
Heading into the trip Washington, Cal, Nebraska, Oregon State and Boise State were Harlow's five finalists. He hopes to make a decision in the next week or two but will probably trim his list from five to three before that.
Ranked the No. 44 offensive tackle in the nation and the No. 38 prospect in the talent-rich state of California, Harlow is reportedly one of Washington's top remaining offensive line targets.
Sources have told UDUBNation.com that the Huskies are likely to take one or two more offensive linemen between now and Signing Day. Rebuilding the trenches is among the top priorities for UW heading into the 2012 campaign but also for future years.
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