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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

January 24, 2010 at 9:12 PM

Sunday night notes — wrapping up the recruiting weekend

The Huskies hosted two recruits this weekend — DT Kirifi Taula of Servite HIgh in Anahem, Calif., and DB Sean Parker of Narbonne High in Harbor City, Calif.
There have been some indications tonight that Taula may have committed during his visit. But his father, Victor, said in a phone conversation tonight that his son should be considered as “still officially undecided” and that he has not given an official commitment to anyone.
Victor Taula said his son had a great visit to UW, telling him at one point “Dad, I really like it here. I think I want to go here.”
But Kirifi Taula had earlier committed to Arizona and has scheduled an official visit there next weekend, and Victor Taula said that visit will definitely take place.
“Like I told him, Arizona’s the last school and then we’ll really sit down and talk about it,” Taula said. “We’ll all get together and decide as a family what is best, as we always do.”
Taula is generally considered one of the top 30 or so DT recruits in the country and among the best on the West Coast, a position the Huskies need to upgrade, having already done so in this class with a commitment from Sione Potoa’e of Lakes.
As for Parker, considered one of the top safety prospects on the West Coast, he visited UW this weekend but word is that he has not changed his stance that he will make a decision on signing day Feb. 3. Parker is thought to be considering equally UW, Cal, Michigan and USC.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— LB Josh Shirley, who continues to list UW among his final four schools along with Miami, USC and Arizona, visited USC this weekend and according to Scout.com, said he won’t make a decision until signing day.
— Scary story out of Oregon tonight where the Ducks; kickoff specialist, Rob Beard, was in critical condition after being involved in a brawl on campus this weekend.
— UWTV will show the 1991 UW-Cal game, which served as Washington’s closest call during its run to the national title, Monday night at 7 p.m. Here’s more info on that game.
All for now.

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