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Husky Football Blog

The latest news and analysis on the Montlake Dawgs.

September 17, 2010 at 11:45 AM

Who’s visiting this weekend?

While the main focus at Husky Stadium Saturday will be on the game at hand, college football coaches have no choice but to also always be looking to the future, as well.
So the Huskies will do just that, hosting roughly six recruits for official visits this weekend. There was a time when this looked to be a particularly big weekend for the Huskies.
But a couple of recruits who had planned to visits — LB/DE Corey Waller and DB Kameron Jackson of Long Beach Poly — will instead not come until the Oregon State weekend when their high school team has a bye. Jackson has already committed to UW but Waller is one of UW’s big targets remaining and has said the Huskies are among his leaders.
UPDATE Dawgman.com currently lists four players as making visits this weekend:
DT Viliami Moala of Grant Union High in Sacramento;
DT Todd Barr of Lakewood High in Lakewood, Calif.;
S James Sample, also of Grant High in Sacramento;
and OG Dontae Levingston of Narbonne High in Harbor City, Calif.
Sample and Levingston are each listed as having a “high” level interest in UW, meaning they are the most likely to commit of that group.
Originally, CB DeAnthony Thomas of Crenshaw High in Los Angeles and DT Antwaun Woods of Taft High in Woodland Hills, Calif. — each soft commits to USC — were also scheduled to take visits this weekend. But Scout.com is now reporting that neither will.
One thing to remember is that visits can change rapidly, so there could be additions or subtractions to this list before the weekend ends.
In other recruiting news, RB Brendon Bigelow of Fresno is out for the season after re-injuring his knee. However, his father is quoted in this story saying that his offer from UW is still on the table.
Scout.com lists UW with 18 commits.

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