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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

June 1, 2010 at 10:56 PM

Tuesday night recruiting notes — Hopkins to Stanford, Kessler decision Wednesday

A couple of quick notes on the recruiting front tonight:
— First, several reports out there that Gonzaga Prep’s Charlie Hopkins, generally considered among the top handful of recurits in the state this year, is headed to Stanford to play defensive end. Hopkins had recently been quoted as saying that he was down to Stanford and UW but told the high school arm of Scout.com that he chose Stanford the academics. Scout.com has Hopkins rated as the No. 3 recruit in the state this year behind WR Kasen Williams of Skyline and TE Austin Sefarian-Jenkins of Gig Harbor, who remain undecided, though each says he’s still considering the Huskies (with the conventional wisdom that Williams is more likely to end up at UW of those two). UW already has a commitment from the No. 4 player on that list, DL Taniela Tupou.
— The Bakersfield Californian newspaper is reporting that QB Cody Kessler of Centennial High in Bakersfield will make his decision known Wednesday at a press conference. It’s generally considered that the two leaders for Kessler are USC and UW. Kessler has previously said he almost committed to UW last month before getting an offer from USC. In fact, Greg Biggins of ESPN.com wrote tonight that it is solely a two-horse race between UW and USC, noting that Kessler visited USC again this weekend. Potentially somewhat ominously, however, Biggins refers to USC as Kessler’s “childhood favorite” and notes that this weekend’s visit to USC was his third this spring.
All for now.

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