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October 10, 2007 at 7:38 PM

A new Husky

Jordan Polk, a receiver from Lincoln High in Portland, has committed to UW, according to Dawgman.com and RealDawg.com.
Here’s his profile from Scout.com showing that he also had offers from Arizona and Portland State. He’s rated as the No. 72 receiver in the country by Scout, a position that is obviously a need for the Huskies.
He caught 45 passes for 1,435 yards and 16 touchdowns last season.
I’m seeing very conflicting reports on his size, however. Rivals.com lists him at 5-8, 150, RealDawg at 5-9, 160 and Dawgman.com (Scout.com) at 5-10, 170.
Rivals lists Polk as the No. 5 player in the state of Oregon, but also shows no offers from either of the Oregon schools, just Arizona and Portland State.
Here’s a recent story on Polk from the Oregonian talking about his speed.
Here’s his Maxpreps page with his stats from last year and a listing at 5-9, 164.
And here’s the Lincoln team page for this year.
He’s the 12th commit for the Class of 2008. Here’s a list.

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