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January 20, 2010 at 1:23 PM

Lowe speaks, and clarifying news of a possible transfer

A couple of personnel issues to address:
— First, Keanon Lowe, a WR prospect from Jesuit High in Portland who has been listed as UW commit since last summer, gave an interview to ESPN.com’s Greg BIggins — he’s been pretty silent otherwise and I know some Seattle-area people have tried to reach him.
In the interview, Lowe said he liked his trip to UW over the weekend but still intends to take a trip to Oregon this weekend and after that will make a decision, likely by early next week. He said both schools are recruiting him as a WR — when he committed to UW he said one reason was that the Huskies wanted him as a receiver while others were looking at him as a DB.
Of his trip to UW, he said: “Washington was a great visit. I had a lot of fun and met a lot of the players who are already committed there. We got a few other new commits as well and I really like what Washington is building right now.”
But he added that “I just want a chance to compare these two schools and don’t want to look back and have any regrets about not taking another visit. Both schools like me for receiver and I just want to go in to the visit with an open mind and see how things play out.”
— Several of you asked about this item in the Deseret News Monday stating that former BYU safety Shiloah Te’o could be transferring to UW. I can report that he IS NOT enrolled at UW now. Sounds like there could be something to his interest in UW, and vice versa, but nothing is final now. The earliest he could enroll now is late March to be in school in time for the beginning of spring ball. Te’o was dismissed from BYU after being arrested on a DUI charge.
— Also looks like Arizona offensive coordinator Sonny Dykes is about to become the head coach at Louisiana Tech.
That means Arizona will have two new coordinators next year.
All for now.

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