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November 18, 2010 at 7:53 AM

Another new Husky?

Sounds like it as both Dawgman.com and RealDawg.com are reporting that linebacker/defensive end Corey Waller of Long Beach Poly has committed to UW.
Each reported that Waller sent out a text message last night stating he has committed to UW.
Waller visited the week of the Oregon State game, and given UW’s obvious need for help up front, is a key get considering he also had offers from USC, Oregon State and Boise State, among others.
Here is a variety of different items on Waller from ESPN.com.
He is the 18th solid commit for UW’s Class of 2011.
Dawgman.com, meanwhile, reports that UW will have four official visitors for tonight’s game: running back Brendon Bigelow of Fresno, who has committed to UW but has also said he will take other trips; and three junior college players — middle linebacker Thomas Tutogi of Southwestern (Calif.), OT David Garness of City College of San Francisco, and LB Alonzo Highsmith of Phoenix.
As for Waller, here is some video:
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