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February 2, 2011 at 5:39 PM

Nembot picks Colorado

The Huskies suffered another recruiting loss today with lineman Stephan Nembot of Van Nuys, Calif., saying he will instead sign with Colorado.

Nembot made the announcement just a few minutes ago on live TV in Los Angeles.

That’s his third commitment of the recruiting process, having earlier stated he would sign with Washington State last fall and then UW two weeks ago.

However, he went on a visit to CU last weekend and ended up choosing Colorado.

Nembot said the decision was “very tough and very stressful …. It wasn’t easy but thankfully it ended today.”

Asked why Colorado he said it was “very special” and that he felt a sign to go there when his father in Cameroon — Nembot came to states two years ago — said he felt it was the best place for him.

“My dad advised me that he woud choose Colorado and I guess that was a way of telling me I should choose Colorado,” he said.

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