Die-Hards: Youth in the Wide Receivers Room Points Toward Brighter Future
Pat Narduzzi was ready to head back to Pittsburgh — his plane actually scheduled to take off — when his phone rang. “Go check out this guy,” he heard on the other end.
He was in the Los Angeles area with Tim Salem, checking in with new commit Ty Dieffenbach and family in Calabasas, playing a little basketball actually, when he was informed there was a recruit he needed to go see. And it’s a good thing he listened.
Otherwise, Israel Polk very likely would’ve been trying to impress the Washington State coaching staff this spring.