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July 13, 2009 at 10:52 PM

Monday night notes

An update on Erik Kohler and some thoughts on the 2009 Huskies included in this edition. …
— SuperPrep.com is reporting tonight that Oaks Christian OT Erik Kohler hopes to make a decision before the beginning of August and that right now, UW is his favorite. It’s a pay story so I won’t repeat it all, but he says there’s a “50 percent chance” he will end up at UW. He also says he is still considering UCLA, Cal and Notre Dame and will try to take a visit to UND, where he has yet to go, before making his decision. RealDawg.com also reported that Kohler hopes to take an unofficial visit to UW and Cal again, as well, before making his decision.
— ESPN’s Bruce Feldman puts Jake Locker No. 4 on his list of top 10 players to watch this fall saying he’s curious to see just how improved Locker is as a passer.
Ivan Maisel, meanwhile, says the UW-LSU game is among the most intriguing opening weekend games writing that “the Huskies will be better than anyone in Baton Rouge thinks.”
Greg Biggins was impressed by the play of Nick Montana over the weekend at the Edison tournament, writing that Montana “is legit and has several tools that project well to the next level.”
— Buster Sports ranks the Pac-10 teams by their wide receiving corps the last decade and puts UW seventh (Reggie Williams helped that ranking quite a bit).
— Stanford is No. 50 in The New York Times quad countdown, putting the Cardinal ahead of UCLA and ASU. The author says he expects Stanford to win seven games this season.
— Former Pac-10 commissioner Wiles Hallock died today at 91 years old. As Ted Miller writes, it was during his watch the conference went from eight to 10 teams.
— Also, today was the beginning of the freshman bridge program at UW. Coach Steve Sarkisian said over the weekend in an interview on KJR-AM he expected all the freshmen to be enrolled.
All for now.

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