The Washington Huskies are continuing to fill out their coaching staff for the 2012 season. They have filled in all of their regular assistant jobs, but there are still some positions on their support staff that are left to fill.
U San Diego RB coach Andrew Rolin of Cordova High hired as Washington Huskies offensive assistant;also a good recruiter,landing nice talents— Joe Davidson (@sb_joedavidson) February 16, 2012
It's a quality control type job and not on-field or recruiting. UW obviously has all its regular asst jobs filled.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) February 16, 2012
Their latest hiring comes from the University of San Diego, where 24 year old Andrew Rolin, running backs coach will be coming in as a Husky quality control assistant.
Rolin is probably being brought in for how well he knows Northern California recruiting country, as he hails from Rancho Cordova near Sacramento. Washington has some important targets in the Northern California area this recruiting season, and they'll need as much familiarity with the area as they can possibly get. While Rolin can't really recruit, any efforts he can provide on official visits by recruits could be highly useful.
Rolin once played quarterback for the University of San Diego.
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