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February 7, 2007 at 12:47 PM

ESPN not as high on UW class

General consensus is that this is a solid class for the Huskies.
But ESPN.com offers a dissenting view here.
You have to subscribe to their Insider package to get it, so I’ll reprise just a bit of it for you here. Basically, ESPN uses Scouts, Inc. (not to be confused with Scout.com, which is a different company) to evaluate the prospects. It gives grades to those players it is able to grade, then averages those grades to provide a ranking for the class.
Scouts, Inc. gave the 15 UW players it graded an average grade of 72.6 (I’m assuming out of 100), which is ninth among the 10 Pac-10 schools. Only Washington State got a lower rating.
In order, they rated the classes this way: USC, Arizona, UCLA, Oregon, Cal, ASU, OSU, Stanford, UW and Washington State.

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