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April 6, 2010 at 2:17 PM

Another new Husky?

Sounds like it as there are two reports this afternoon that the Huskies have received a commitment from cornerback Kameron Jackson of Long Beach Poly High.
Both RealDawg.com and Dawgman.com are reporting the commit of Jackson, a 5-10, 175-pounder.
Jackson had seven interceptions last season as a junior and was beginning to receive recruiting attention from a host of other Pac-10 schools but decided to end it today and become the sixth commit for UW’s Class of 2011 — which could be done before the 2010 season even starts the way this is going.
Jackson projects as a cornerback and told Dawgman.com that he wanted to get his recruiting over with so he could concentrate on his senior year of high school.
Of UW’s six commits for this class, four project as defensive players and two in the secondary, the other being safety Evan Zeger of Las Vegas and formerly of Skyline High.
Here’s a YouTube highlight video of Jackson as well as his ESPN scouting page with some of his vitals.
Jackson had said recently that UW was his favorite, so not a huge surprise he jumped in the boat quickly.
While I think UW’s six commits to this date would be the most I can remember the Huskies having this early, it’s not the most in the Pac-10 so far — Stanford has nine commits already for the Class of 2011.

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