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November 29, 2007 at 2:56 PM

Big recruiting news for UW

A brief layover here in San Francisco to see that the recruiting news has brightened considerably for UW.
As many of you probably already know given your comments on here, Kavario Middleton and Jermaine Kearse of Lakes High have committed to UW.
Here’s our story with quotes from Lakes coach Dave Miller confirming the news and stating that the two players are confident in the direction of the program under Tyrone Willingham.
This is obviously a huge boost for UW’s Class of 2008. Most recruiting analysts said that for UW to have what would be perceived as a successful class this year, they had to get as many of the top four prospects in the state. These are two of those four — DE Everette Thompson of Kennedy and OL Alameda Ta’amu of Rainier Beach are the other two.
Coming in the wake of the Apple Cup loss and some growing public discontent over the direction of things, this is obviously a big boost for Willingham, as well. Couple these two commits with that earlier in the week from WR Cody Bruns of Prosser and the Huskies appear on their way to their best class of the Willingham era — certainly, their best in state, which is always where the recruiting efforts have to start for the Huskies.
This gives UW 18 commits now for the Class of 2008, with the Huskies expected to sign a full class of 25.
I’m on my way to Hawaii but we will have someone there at the press conference tomorrow to report.

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