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December 16, 2013 at 5:11 PM

Former Boise State quarterback recruit commits to the Huskies

Former Boise State quarterback recruit Jalen Greene has committed to the Huskies, the second known recruit to commit to new Washington coach Chris Petersen.

Cornerback Darren Gardenire committed to Petersen on Monday morning.

Greene made an official visit to UW over the weekend and his host was redshirt freshman quarterback Cyler Miles. A 6-foot-2, 205-pound left-hander out of Serra High in Gardena, Calif., is listed as three-star recruit by Scout and 247sports.com. He would be the fourth quarterback on the UW roster in 2014, joining Miles, redshirt freshman Jeff Lindquist and freshman Troy Williams.

“I tried to keep it a secret,” Greene told Scout.com of his weekend commitment. “I didn’t even tell my mom I was committed there. Then I just got so many phone calls and I finally decided to just come out with it and make it public. I’m really excited to be a Dawg right now, I feel like I’m getting the best of both worlds.”

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