With the 2017 National Signing day right around the corner, high school football players around the nation are preparing to sign to a school that will help them get to the next level. The Pac-12 Network will have a signing day special starting at 12:00 pm PST on Wednesday highlighting every commit for each team.
On Monday, the Pac-12 Network tweeted out a clip of Gabe Marks talking about his recruitment process and his signing day experience.
Marks talks about how he was originally committed to another school (SMU) before he committed to Washington State. He goes on to talk about how he accepted the offer from Mike Leach before he even visited Pullman.
For the eventual record setter, signing day was not as big of a deal to him as it is to others. He says he did not want the big antics and that he just sent the fax when he woke up. Looking back now, that moment will forever be a great moment in Cougar history.
Some athletes prefer the big antics and big signing day experience. To see those big announcements and to see the rest of Marks and other Pac-12 athletes talking about their recruiting processes tune into Pac-12 Networks on Wednesday.
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