Waiting Until Signing Day

Waiting Until Signing Day

Running back Josh Huff, 5-11.5, 190, will wait until National Letter of Intent Day on February 3, 2010 before making a decision on where he will spend his college career.

"I'll decide next Wednesday," Josh Huff said. "I haven't decided yet."

Huff has already graduated from high school and is currently preparing for an all-star game. His high school coach, Robert Toomer was as much in the dark about where Huff is headed as anyone else. Toomer hasn't spoken to Huff in the last few days but thought Huff was still committed to TCU.

"I guess I'll find out like everyone else," said Toomer of what Huff's decision will be.

Huff did acknowledge that Oregon was still one of the candidates in the running, but despite rumors to the contrary, Huff denied having given the Ducks a commitment. Huff had reportedly also given commitments to Utah and Minnesota prior to verbally committing to TCU.

Toomer describes Huff as an extremely gifted athlete with great speed but feels Huff's future is as a defensive back.

Until the Letter of Intent is received by an institution is a commitment binding.

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