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December 10, 2007 at 5:32 PM

Couple quick notes

First, it was reported last week that Jordan Reffett was the first Husky to ever win the Guy Flaherty Award, UW’s most prestigious post-season award and given to the team’s most inspirational player, twice.
In fact, Don McKeta (1959, 60) and Tom Wand (1911-12) also won it twice.
Second, several of you asked about scholarships and if UW might renege on some of its offers to players who have already committed now that recruiting seems to be going well and maybe more players are interested. In a word, no. That’s something rarely done by anyone but certainly not the kind of thing Tyrone Willingham would do.
So UW has 21 reported commitments and I would expect all 21 of those players to get scholarships. Schools are allowed to sign 25 in a class, so there are officially only four left, though sometimes schools oversign and fit in the players in another class, possibly grayshirting some so they can enroll later, or moving them back a class if they enroll early, etc. So we’ll see how it shakes out.

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