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January 25, 2009 at 12:42 PM

Another new Husky?

Sounds as if the Huskies have gotten another commitment, this one from JC cornerback Dominique Gaisie of Mt. San Antonio JC in Walnut, Calif.
There, Gaisie played for new UW cornerbacks coach Demetrice Martin.
Gaisie told Scout.com that he committed early during his trip to UW this weekend, picking the Huskies over BYU and New Mexico State. “I believe that everything is going to change this upcoming year (at UW),” he said.
Gaisie is the second JC player to commit to UW in this class, joining TE Dorson Boyce..
There are also rumors that a battle may be brewing between USC and UW for Simione Vehikite, a linebacker/fullback from Kapolei, Hawaii. Vehikite had earlier given a commitment to USC, but his trip to UW indicates he has interest in the Huskies. Reports that he committed to UW during his trip can’t be confirmed yet, however. indicating this could be an intense tug-of-war for his services between new UW coach Steve Sarkisian and his former boss at USC, Pete Carroll.

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