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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

November 27, 2007 at 10:12 PM

Questions and recruiting

Once again, let’s use this as a questions thread. Put your quesitons here and I’ll try to get to them in the next few days. We’ve had so many comments on some threads of late I again fear I’ve overlooked some questions buried deep within, so if you have something you really want answered put it here.
Many of you have asked recruiting questions, so I’ll present a quick primer here that hopefully will answer some of your basic questions on that topic — I’ll try to delve more deeply into recruiting once the season has ended.
UW has 16 commitments after the decision by Prosser WR Cody Bruns on Monday.
UW coach Tyrone Willingham has said the Huskies can, and probably will, take a full class of 25 (the most allowed by the NCAA).
So that means the Huskies could have as many as nine more commitments between now and signing day in February — which also means UW is roughly two-thirds down with recruiting already.
The main players to watch for the Huskies the rest of the way include the four top in-state recruits yet to decide — TE Kavario Middleton and WR Jermaine Kearse of Lakes, OL Alameda Ta’amu of Rainier Beach and DE Everette Thompson of Kennedy.
Ta’amu is taking his official visit to Hawaii this weekend, according to Scout.com, so he will actually get to see the Huskies in person this weekend along with the Warriors.
Ta’amu, Middleton and Thompson are all scheduled to take official visits to UW the weekend of Dec. 7-8, a weekend that obviously looms large for the Huskies. Kearse is expected to visit Dec. 14.
That means a lot of questions about this class could be answered in the next few weeks, although several of the players, notably Middleton, may take a while to make their decisions.
Another big name to watch for UW is JC WR Carl Moore who visited UW the week of the Cal game and took a visit to Florida last weekend.
Willingham said on his radio show Monday that the Huskies are only recruiting one JC player this year, apparently Moore. So the rest of the commits for the Huskies figure to be high school players, which will be the highest concentration of HS players for a UW class since Willingham arrived providing that plan stays the same.

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