Husky Football Blog
Times reporter Bob Condotta keeps the news coming about the Montlake Dawgs.
December 13, 2007 10:46 AM
Posted by Bob Condotta
While the Huskies continue to get commitments from high school receivers for the Class of 2008, the highest-touted recruit in the Class of 2007 says he remains on track to soon join the roster, as well.
Anthony Boyles said today that he has cleared all of his final academic hurdles and is enrolled in school (he is listed on the school's official enrollment sheet) and will come to UW to begin his career on Jan. 6.
"It's all taken care of,'' he said, adding he visited UW the weekend of the Cal game to finish off the final paper work. "I'm just excited to get to school, finally.''
Boyles said he has been working at UPS, helping in deliveries and loading boxes, while waiting to come to Washington. "I've just been working, chilling, to bypass the time,'' he said.
He said he has already made plans his first full day here to watch film with Jake Locker and then work out catching passes, something he said he hasn't done much of lately. In fact, he said he hasn't caught a real pass since the All-American all-star game last January.
"I've been lifting but not really running,'' he said. "I've got to start doing that.''
He hopes to get with some QBs at his old high school, Junipero Serra in Gardena., Calif., to get some work in before coming to Washington.
Once at UW, he said his goal is "to catch 300 balls a day.''
Devin Aguilar is also listed as officially enrolled.