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January 29, 2007 at 2:52 PM

Best in West list revealed

The Long Beach Press-Telegram published its annual Best in the West list Sunday.
It is the newspaper’s annual ranking of recruits on the West Coast and has long been regarded as one of the most authoritative lists of its kind, and at the least, is always interesting for those who follow recruiting.
Here is the list, and you’ll note that the only Husky on the first team is TE Chris Izbicki of Lake Washington. RB Curtis Shaw of Stockton was an honorable mention selection and a few other prospective Huskies received votes, including Anthony Boyles.
Here is the story that goes with the list.
And here’s the notebook, which includes a list of possible members of the 2008 team, including one Washington player — end Kavario Middleton of Lakes in Lakewood. Also mentioned as a possible member of next year’s team is running back Delano Howell of Hart High School in Newhall, Calif. He is the younger brother of UW linebacker Dan Howell and is regarded as a strong lean toward the Huskies.
And here is the list of all the previous BIW teams, showing that making the list didn’t always portend great things for those who were selected.

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