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November 25, 2009 at 3:46 PM

Who’s visting this weekend?

The Huskies will reportedly be hosting nine players for visits this weekend when UW plays Washington State in the Apple Cup.
You can see the entire list here courtesy of Scout.com.
Recruits set to be here include two who have already committeed — RB Jesse Callier of Warren High in Downey, Calif., and WR/DB Taz Stevenson of Mililani (Hawaii) High.
Another player making the trip is MLB Garret Gilliland of Orange, Calif., who has said he is likely to officially commit on his trip.
The other six include a few of the team’s top remaining targets — MLB Hayes Pullard of Crenshaw High in Los Angeles; safety Kevin Smith of Compton, Calif.; OT Micah Hatchie of Waialua, Hawaii; and cornerback Troy Hill of Ventura, Calif.
Here’s a story on Hill from Greg Biggins at ESPN.com and another on Pullard.
Other players expected to visit are DT Lawrence Lagafuaina of Aiea, Hawaii; and OG Wade Yandall of Carson, Calif.

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