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October 30, 2009 at 9:29 AM

Another new Husky?

Reports are circulating that the Huskies have received a commitment from guard Colin Tanigawa of Loyola High in Los Angeles.
RealDawg.com had this story on Tanigawa last night. Rivals.com and ESPN.com are also now reporting him as a commit (and the ESPN link includes some video).
Tanigawa, listed at 6-3, 270, also had reported offers from UCLA, Nebraska and Arizona State.
Tanigawa is the 21st commit in UW’s Class of 2010 and the fourth offensive lineman, helping bolster an OL corps that is a key focus of this class.
The other OL commits are OT Erik Kohler of Oaks Christian, OT Ben Riva of O’Dea and guard Colin Porter of Bothell.
UW also has at least eight offers out to other uncommitted OLs.
Another OL UW had been pursuing, Kody Innes of Scottsdale, Ariz., committed to UCLA yesterday.
PORTER, BOTHELL, GET BIG WIN — Speaking of Bothell, UW commits Porter and Michael Hratvigson each helped the Cougars get a big win over Skyline High last night. Here are the details from Mason Kelley.
Hartvigson caught a 16-yard TD early on.

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