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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

August 15, 2007 at 12:35 PM

Recruit suspended, other notes

Talked briefly to Dominique Blackman, a quarterback from Carson High School who recently committed to Washington, who confirmed reports that he has been temporarily suspended from the team.
But Blackman said he expects to soon be a member of the team again and to be playing for Carson this season.
“I’m learning from this,” he said, calling it a case of being “in the wrong place at the right time” — no details were offered — and that he understands that “I’m supposed to be a leader of the team.”
He said he doesn’t expect this situation to impact his future with the Huskies, saying he has talked to some of UW’s coaches and that he “owned up” to what had happened.
The 6-5, 230-pound Blackman is rated as the No. 14 quarterback in the nation in the class of 2008 by Scout.com and said he chose UW after also seriously considering Arizona and LSU. He threw for 14 TDs and ran for eight last year.
UW coaches cannot comment on Blackman until he signs a letter-of-intent.
IN OTHER NOTES:
— Not much to report from UW today. The Huskies apparently had a pretty physical practice this morning but coach Tyrone Willingham said he didn’t think there were any new significant injuries. CB Byron Davenport remains sidelined and DT Wilson Afoa (shoulder) was also out, though he is expected back soon. Willingham also said that LB Donald Butler has been “in and out” of the lineup while recovering from off-season knee surgery.
— There were four players in gold today — WR Corey Williams (an almost daily winner), DE Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, CB Roy Lewis and S Jason Wells.
— Willingham singled out walk-on WR Sho Yoshinaga for his effort to date. Not so much that he’s likely to see much playing time but just for the all-around play be brings every day to practice.

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