With the departure of Washington head coach Tyrone Willingham, Husky three-star quarterback commit, Keith Price (6-2, 180, 4.7) from Bellflower (Calif.) Saint John Bosco opened things up and took a visit to Arizona State.
"Arizona State was a good trip," Price said. "It kind of reminded me of Cali because a lot of their players are from L.A."
"I loved the players at Arizona State," Price said. "The players were really down to earth.
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"A lot of the players on the team come from the same area as me," Price said. "I just loved the team chemistry at Arizona State."
"I didn't commit though, but Arizona State did offer me a scholarship on my visits," Price said. "I still have to take my trip up to Washington."
"I've already talked to (new Washington HC) Steve Sarkisian," Price said. "He's a good guy, very up tempo and I think he's going to be in my house this week."
At the moment, Price has two more visits scheduled to Washington and Washington State, but he is unsure if he will take his visit to Washington State. He is still very much committed to Washington and the hiring of Sarkisian has helped in that matter.
Price lived up to his reputation as one of the Golden State's top signal callers. Price threw for 2,260 yards and 24 touchdowns while completing 71.5 percent of his passes. He was only picked off six times in 200 passing attempts.
Price showed that he is also a threat to run the football. He ended up rushing for 579 yards and scored 10 touchdowns on the ground.
Price earned all-league honors as a junior after throwing for 1,200 yards and nine touchdowns. He also rushed for 350 yards and scored seven more touchdowns rushing.