The recruiting gurus at Rivals have named Norm Chow the Pac-10 Recruiter of the Year, on the strength of his efforts to reel in our highly regarded class. The entire article is here. I'm not sure whether it's behind a subscription wall, so here's a bit of their well-deserved praise:
Chow has been called a lot of things in his long and storied coaching career, but ace recruiter was never one of them. But that changed this season when Chow took on a major role in the Bruins' recruiting efforts. The Bruins' offensive coordinator became more active than ever, and his efforts were rewarded with commitments from five four-star recruits and two three-star prospects. He helped the Bruins pull off three Signing Day surprises with four-star athlete Randall Carroll, four-star offensive tackle Xavier Su'a Filo and four-star offensive guard Stanley Hasiak. He also landed his quarterback of the future in Richard Brehaut and assisted with most offensive targets for the Bruins.
Big congrats to our offensive coordinator for this recognition from people in the know in the recruiting world.