Washington head coach Steve Sarkisian spent three days last week coaching Polynesian wide receivers in Honolulu, Hawaii during the All Poly Camp.
Sark was permitted to work the camp because NCAA rules allow coaches to work certain off campus, non-institutional camps during two separate fifteen day windows during the summer.
Sark explained to Dawgman.com , “The biggest thing for me is that I just love to coach. It doesn’t matter what position it is. It’s what I love to do.”
Assistant coaches from Colorado, Utah, Stanford, BYU, Utah State, and UCLA also worked the All Poly Camp.
One of the reasons coaches enjoy working the camp is because Hawaii prep football has improved in the recent years and there are more legitimate prospects coming from the island.
In fact, UCLA currently has secured verbal commitments from two different running backs from the state of Hawaii. Washington State and Utah each have a commitment from Hawaii natives, as well.
Although we don't have confirmation, we would imagine the weather and accommodations aren't too shabby either.
The Salt Lake Tribune explained, “Unmistakable puffs of black hair spilled out from some helmets, while other players were simply marked by the broad shoulders and ballerina agility that have helped many Polynesians become top-tier football recruits.”