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March 19, 2010 at 11:21 AM

Another new Husky?

Sounds like it as there are multiple reports this morning that the Huskies have received a commitment from Elijhaa Penny, a 6-2, 240 tight end/defensive end from Norwalk, Calif.
Here’s his MaxPreps profile showing he rushed for 22 TDs and had .6 sacks per game last season as a junior.
Here’s a highlight video of Penny.
Penny told Scout.com that he’s not sure what position he’ll play at UW, but given the team’s needs on the defensive line, seems like a place he could start out. Both Dawgman.com and RealDawg.com are reporting the commitment.
Here’s his ESPN page (which lists him at 6-1, 235) as well as a blurb from the Orange County Register last fall noting he rushed for 331 yards and 5 TDs in one game.
Penny is the third commit for the Class of 2011 joining RB Brenden Bigelow of Fresno and safety Evan Zeger of Las Vegas by way of Skyline High.
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