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July 18, 2007 at 11:45 AM

Huskies get Breshers after all?

Greg Hicks of Scout.com is reporting that forward Tyreese Breshers, one of the more highly-rated post players on the West Coast for the Class of 2008, has changed his mind and will commit to Washington.
Breshers had committed to Miami a few weeks ago after seriously considering UW, among several other schools.
But Hicks reports that the 6-6 power forward from Los Angeles decided after his earlier commitment that he wanted to stay closer to home, then contacted UW coaches and committed to Washington, instead.
Scout.com recently ranked Breshers as the No. 2 power forward on the West Coast for the Class of 2008.
With Breshers apparently in the fold, here’s how the roster for that season looks right now.
08-09 roster
SENIORS
G – Justin Dentmon
F – Jon Brockman
C – Artem Wallace
G – Joel Smith
JUNIORS
C – Joe Wolfinger
F – Quincy Pondexter
G – Adrian Oliver
SOPHOMORES
F – Matthew Bryan-Amaning
F – Darnell Gant
G – Justin Holiday
G – Venoy Overton
FRESHMEN
G – Isaiah Thomas
G – Elston Turner
F – Tyreese Breshers
TOTAL 14.
Comment: As we all can tell, this now puts UW one over the limit. As we also all should know, UW has been over the limit on signing day every year for the past three years and it has always worked itself out.

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