Should we be worried about QB recruit Richard Lagow spurning UConn?

If you've been following the online recruiting chatter you may have heard in recent days that Richard Lagow, a UConn QB recruits from Plano, TX might be having second thoughts about becoming a Husky after Xavier's Tim Boyle committed to UConn this weekend.

That's all still online speculation, but UConn hasn't received a letter of intent from Lagow yet, and, even worse, he apparently missed his school's signing day activities:

It's great news that his coach says he's still committed to UConn, but I'll feel a lot better when his LOI gets to Storrs. Now, it's certainly possible Lagow is sick (he mentioned on his twitter feed that he has the flu) and will be sending his commitment along shortly, but the timing is awful and should have UConn fans at least a little nervous.

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