The Skyline senior running back and defensive back, who helped the Spartans to the class 4A state title during the fall, knew he wanted to continue playing football in college. But with the recruiting process nearing its end, he wasn’t sure he would have that chance.
While the class of 2012 marked signing day by inking National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, one local 2013 prospect spoke with the leader of the reigning National Champions of college football.
Zaid Abdul-Aziz (Don Smith) played in the NBA for 10 seasons from 1968-1978 for the Cincinnati Royals, Milwaukee Bucks, Houston Rockets, Buffalo Braves, Boston Celtics and two stints with the Seattle Sonics after finishing his undergraduate degree and NCAA playing career at Iowa State.
Tri-Freaks, a Seattle-based multipart race coordinator, is bringing the RainMan Indoor Triathlon Series to Issaquah on Saturday, Feb. 11. The event will also feature a food drive to benefit FamilyWorks, a staple of events hosted by TriFreaks.