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January 7, 2010 at 4:28 PM

Keanon Lowe named a finalist for Glenn Davis Award

No sooner had I filed the previous entry when this news release came into the e-mail file, announcing that UW commit Keanon Lowe has been named one of four finalists for the Glenn Davis Award, which is being handed out as part of the US Army All-American Bowl Saturday.
Lowe, a defensive back/receiver from Jesuit High in Portland, has committed to sign with UW next month. (I originally had a link to the press release but can’t make it work).
The award is given to player from the West team that exhibits high standards of athletic excellence, community service and education. One of the other four Davis nominees is CB Demetrius Wright of Corona, Calif., who visited UW and had been considering the Huskies but is expected to announced during Saturday’s game that he will attend USC.
There are also four players nominated from the East team for the Doc Blanchard Award.

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