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July 31, 2012 at 10:38 AM

Another new Husky? Multiple reports that Sean Harlow commits

According to multiple reports this morning, UW has received a commitment rrom offensive tackle Sean Harlow of San Clemente, Calif.

Harlow took an unofficial visit to UW over the weekend.

He is rated three stars by Rivals.com, Scout.com and ESPN also had listed offers from UCLA, Cal and Oregon, among others.

He is listed at 6-5, 260 and is the 18th known public commit for UW’s Class of 2013 and the fourth from a player listed as an offensive lineman joining guard Andrew Kirkland of Portland, tackle Poasi Moala of Moreno Valley, Calif., and center Dane Crane of Santa Margarita, Calif. UW seems likely to take at least five OLs in this class.

ESPN’s scouting report of Harlow says in part:

“Harlow is an athletic player who exhibits good upper body playing strength and explosion; has the height for the offensive tackle position at the major level of competition but will need to add body mass to his frame over time. …. Although we like his arm length and nimble feet, all areas of pass protection will need refinement. At this stage of his development, Harlow does not appear to be an immediate starter at the BCS level of competition. However once bulk is added to his frame we see a lineman capable of having a long and productive career.”

Harlow is the son of Pat Harlow, who played at USC from 1987-90 (and surely doesn’t have great memories of the 1990 “All I Saw Was Purple” game) and later started 94 games in the NFL.

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