Gonzaga QB narrows choices, Virginia in the mix
Gonzaga quarterback Kevin Hogan has narrowed his college choice to four schools, including the first school to offer him, Virginia. The rising senior, who was a second-team All-Met last season, also is considering Rutgers, Stanford and Vanderbilt, Gonzaga first-year coach Aaron Brady said.
"With the new [Virginia] staff, he feels some allegiance to them," Brady said. "They kept the same guy recruiting him [assistant coach Anthony Poindexter] and he appreciated they were the first one to come out and say, 'We'd love to have you.' "
Hogan plans to attend Stanford's quarterbacks camp this weekend; he previously has visited the other schools still on his list.
"I would expect him to make a decision by early July," Brady said.
Another Gonzaga player drawing attention is outside linebacker Eric Pittman, who will be at Duke this weekend. A hurdler on the Eagles' track team, Pittman has run a 4.55-second 40-yard dash.
"He's had a lot of interest all of a sudden, especially from the [Mid-American Conference] schools and also some of the [Atlantic Coast Conferece] and Big East schools."
| June 16, 2010; 4:41 PM ET
Categories: Duke, Eric Pittman, Football, Gonzaga, Kevin Hogan, Rutgers, Stanford, Vanderbilt, Virginia
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