Five junior college players are expected to sign letters of intent with the Warriors on Wednesday, the first day mid-year transfers may put their commitments in writing.
They are: Wide receiver Vasquez Haynes (Blinn College), tight end Josh Long (Riverside College), offensive tackle David Griffin (Mesa College), and linebackers Julian Gener (Mount San Antonio College) and Tevita Lataimua (College of San Mateo).
Two grayshirts — cornerback Anthony Pierce and linebacker Penitito Faalologo — are set to join the Warriors in January.
The Warriors are awaiting transcripts from cornerback Ronald Fields and defensive end Dejon Allen. If they meet the requirements, they will be Warriors in January.
Linebacker/rush end Quenton Brown has indicated he might have met the requirements to join the Warriors. His transcripts are pending.
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Remember offensive lineman Stan Hasiak?
He was at UCLA for two years, then another year at a junior college. In February, he signed with Oregon State, but never made it to a practice because he failed to meet all of the eligibility requirements.
Now he is a free agent.
UH coach Norm Chow recruited him to UCLA.
Hasiak has one year to play one season.
File this under: Hmmm.
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