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June 15, 2008 at 4:38 PM

Huskies get another 2009 commitment

This was just called in from Bob Condotta, who was away from his computer:
The Washington Huskies have received their second commitment for the recruiting class of 2009, this one from a 6-9 1/2, 220-pound junior college forward from Los Angeles.
Charles Garcia Jr. said today as he was getting ready to fly back home after taking a visit to UW over the weekend that he would sign with the Huskies.
Garcia averaged 16 points, eight rebounds and two blocked shots as a freshman at Riverside Community College last season. He will play at Riverside as a sophomore this year, and then join the Huskies in the fall of 2009.
Husky coaches were looking for a junior-college big man to help fill the void that will be created by the graduation after this season of Jon Brockman.
The Huskies earlier received a commitment from guard C.J. Wilcox of Pleasant Grove, Utah. The Huskies are expected to have four available scholarships for that class.
I’ll have more later including some quotes from Garcia.

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