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March 7, 2010 at 11:41 AM

Another new Husky?

Sounds like it as there are reports today that safety Evan Zeger of Bishop Gorman High in Las Vegas, but formally of Skyline High in Sammamish, has committed to sign a letter for the Class of 2011.
Zeger told RealDawg.com that he committed on Friday while in town for an unofficial visit.
Dawgman.com also reported, through its affiliate EvergreenStatePreps.com, that Zeger had committed.
He’s the second commit for the Class of 2011, joining RB Brendan Bigelow of Fresno.
The 6-2, 204-pounder also had offers from Colorado and Washington State and was named to the Associated Press All-State team last season as a junior in helping Skyline win a state title. He also played at Bishop Gorman in 2008 and recently moved back to Las Vegas for what Scout.com reported as a “close family illness.”
Here are his stats from last season.
Zeger’s father, John, lettered two years as a safety at UW in 1980-81.

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