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October 24, 2011 at 5:56 AM

Washington takes aim at 2012 target Zena Edosomwan

Washington lost three-star shooting guard Demarquise Johnson, but the Huskies are hot on the heels of four-star forward Zena Edosomwan.
The North Hollywood, Calif. prospect is a 225-pound senior at Harvard-Westlake School in Los Angeles. He was scheduled to visit Seattle this weekend.
USC, California, Texas and Harvard are also recruiting Edosomwan.
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MONDAY MORNING LINKS:
— The Husky Haul gives an update on UW recruiting.
— Smart move by Arizona coach Sean Miller to bring in prized 2012 target Kaleb Tarczewski in for a visit the same weekend as the Wildcats Red-Blue Game.
— Here’s a link to a replay of the game. It was nice to see Arizona honor former Franklin High star Jason Terry.
— Arizona guard Kevin Parrom, who is recovering from gunshot wounds, may return next month.
— Newcomer Chris Colvin was supposed to be the backup, but the Arizona State point guard, looks to be one of the early stars while filling in for freshman Jahii Carson.
— Building The Dam, an Oregon State blog predicts Arizona, Oregon and OSU will be the surprise teams in the Pac-12.
Jeff Goodman at CBSsports.com previews the Atlantic 10 and takes a quick look at Saint Louis.
— USC picks up a guard for the 2012 class.
— It’s a little old, but here’s a look at the new Pauley Pavilion, which opens next year.
— Former WSU star Klay Thompson sent a tweet to Johnson. “Congrats to @Quejohnson for his commitment. Lookin forward to watchin him break my records.”

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