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February 4, 2008 at 4:39 PM

Prince wavering on UW commitment?

The LA Daily News reports that Kevin Prince, a quarterback from Crespi High in Encino, Calif., who has given a commitment to UW, is now “kind of leaning to UCLA.”
You can read it here in Brian Dohn’s UCLA blog.
The LA Times also reports that UCLA is “in a strong position” to add Prince.
So looks like Tyrone Willingham and Rick Neuheisel may be in their first heated recruiting battle since Neuheisel took over at UCLA.
Prince is expected to go on a church mission so he isn’t expected to contribute immediately wherever he goes. Scout.com rates him as the No. 40 QB prospect in the country.
UCLA is also making a late run at another UW commit, defensive tackle Craig Noble of Taft High in Woodland Hills, Calif. But Noble said the Times Sunday he is remaining firm to UW.
“They want me, but now it’s like it’s too late for all of that,” said Noble, who said he is excited about the opportunity to play immediately on the defensive line for the Huskies.

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