The Huskies made it official on Tuesday morning, announcing the signing of quarterback Tony Rodriguez, who played the last two seasons at City College of San Francisco.
Rodriguez has three years of eligibility remaining to play two seasons. He signed a financial-aid agreement, because the national letter of intent signing period has passed.
"We're really happy that we were able to find Tony," UW coach Chris Petersen said in a statement released by the school. "He'll add an immediate boost to the competition at the quarterback position this fall."
Rodriguez threw for 2,382 yards, 18 touchdowns and four interceptions as a sophomore at CCSF in 2014. He was named the region's junior-college Offensive Player of the Year.
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The addition of Rodriguez gives the Huskies four scholarship quarterbacks heading into the 2015 season -- Jeff Lindquist, K.J. Carta-Samuels and Jake Browning are the other three -- assuming Cyler Miles doesn't return from his indefinite leave of absence.