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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

June 22, 2010 at 9:25 PM

Another new Husky? And Larry Scott says division decision may not come until October

Appears that way as Dawgman.com is reporting tonight that UW has gotten a commitment from linebacker Scott Lawyer from Oak Grove High in San Jose.
He’s a pretty under-the-radar recruit, enough so that Scout.com doesn’t have him rated and doesn’t list him with any other offers. Internet searches don’t turn up much on Lawyer, either. But he’s listed at 6-2, 200 and also plays basketball at Oak Grove, seeming to fit the profile of athletic players with room to grow that the new UW staff has seemed to favor.
He’s the 13th commit for the Class of 2011, one that will likely hit the limit of 25 (the way it’s working out, UW may not need to have any of the members of the Class of 2010 count against the class of 2011).
I’ll try to get more on Lawyer later.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
Jon Wilner was able to speak to Pac-10 commissioner Larry Scott today, and among the highlights of that conversation is that the final decision on how to split up the new 12-team conference likely won’t be made until October. Scott also said something we’ve reported here earlier — it’s possible football will be split but sports like men’s basketball will just be one big 12-team division.
— I don’t often pass along recruiting news from other Pac-10 schools, but interesting to see today that Washington State got three commitments today from players in Orlando, Fla., and now have four overall. Not sure I’ve ever seen that before.
— Arizona has suspended WR Delashaun Dean following an arrest on a weapons charge. UW fans may remember Dean best as the guy who tipped a pass off his foot that led to Mason Foster’s miraculous interception last season.
— A couple of Sporting News writers list their top 10 winners from expansion.
All for now.

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