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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

October 22, 2009 at 9:51 PM

Two new Huskies?

Wow, take a night to do some family stuff and news breaks all over the place.
I saw Percy Allen was able to pass along the news earlier tonight that Dalaunte “Taz” Stevenson, a defensive back from Mililani High School in Oahu has committed to the Huskies. I was able to confirm that later tonight talking with Stevenson, a 6-2, 188-pounder who is also listed as a wide receiver but said the Huskies definitely want him as a cornerback/safety.
“Hitting comes naturally,” he said of his desire to be a defensive back at the collegiate level. He said he will take an official visit the weekend of the Apple Cup. He also had offers from the likes of Washington State, Utah, Wyoming and San Diego State but said he wanted to get his recruiting process over with so he can concentrate on his team’s post-season.
He said he was recruited primarily by UW assistant Johnny Nansen, who handles the Islands for the Huskies, and said he is intrigued by joining a new program. “I know they are improving and I want to be able to help them continue to improve,” he said.
Scout.com, meanwhile, is also reporting that the Huskies have apparently gotten a commitment from running back Jesse Callier of Warren High in Downey, Calif. He’s apparently a little bit of a sleeper with not much on him on the recruiting sites. However, this ESPN story from last November noted that he was drawing interest from UCLA and Arizona State.
Here’s the story originally reporting that Callier has indeed committed to Washington.
Here are Callier’s rushing stats for this season showing he had 447 yards in a game earlier this season against Whittier. And here’s some film.
The two commits would put UW at 20 for the Class of 2010. It is expected that UW will take a full class of 25, so there’s still room for a few more.
Callier would be the third tailback and fourth running back. Stevenson is the second listed DB but one or two of the listed WRs could also end up in the secondary.
Here’s a full list of commits.

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