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January 27, 2007 at 12:22 PM

Recruiting update

Sounds as if the Huskies have gained one, kept one and lost one on the recruiting front in recent days.
RealDawg is reporting that the Huskies have a commitment from lineman Tyrone Duncan of Westlake, Calif. He had earlier been listed as committed to Fresno State but apparently has changed his mind. Here’s a profile of Duncan that lists him as a defensive tackle, though he’s also been listed as a guard. Either way, he adds some needed beef to the class, and by my count, is the 24th player committed to UW.
There have also been a number of stories stating that receiver Anthony Boyles is sticking with his commitment to UW, good news since there was a fear he might reconsider after the loss of receivers coach Eric Yarber.
I don’t like linking to stories that require a subscription, but Boyles told Rivals.com that he now considers himself “solidly committed” to Washington.
He could be an immediate factor at receiver for UW next year, though as Tim Lappano said in our latest “Coach speak” installment the other day, he thinks the team will have a lot of solid returning depth next year, as well. Could finally be a year where that position becomes a strength.
There was also news this week that defensive back Jared Campbell has changed his mind and won’t come to UW and instead is favoring Miami.
Rivals.com now lists UW as having the No. 29 class in the country in this ranking released earlier this week.

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