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November 20, 2013 at 4:51 PM

Huskies’ recruiting class starts to thin

The Huskies, boosted Tuesday night by the verbal commitment of Marysville four-star running back Austin Joyner, are off to a great start for the 2015 recruiting class. Joyner is the third recruit to commit to UW for that class.

The Class of 2014, meanwhile, is growing smaller.

On Wednesday, two four-star receivers – Rahshead Johnson of Long Beach, Calif., and Erik Brown of Fontana, Calif. — backed out of their verbal commitments to UW.

That leaves the Huskies with seven recruits committed for the current class, fewest in the Pac-12.

Time to panic?

Not necessarily.

SCREEEETCH … hold up …

Updated (5:02 p.m.):

Johnson has decommitted his decommitment, or something. Are those even words? Are you having fun yet?

This is recruiting, after all. Kids change their mind, and that’s their right. Coaches change their mind, too.

These certainly won’t be the last surprises before national signing day on Feb. 5, either.

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