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November 3, 2011 at 8:06 AM

Big recruiting weekend for Washington

Several recruiting sites are reporting Washington will receive visits from three big West Coast prospects this weekend.
The Huskies are expected to host Zena Edosomwan, a forward from North Hollywood, California and Portland-area forward/center Landen Lucas. Both are 2012 recruits. In addition, 2013 Stephen Domingo, a wing from San Francisco, is expected to be on campus.
Citing anonymous sources, Left Coast Recruiting broke the news this week via Twitter.
Edosomwan was expected to take a trip to UW on Oct. 22, but reportedly he didn’t make the visit. The four-star recruit is also considering USC, California, Texas and Harvard.
Lucas, a three-star prospect, is also being recruited by Cal, Stanford and Tennessee.
Domingo is most likely taking an unofficial trip.


THURSDAY MORNING LINKS:
— Here’s our story on Seattle Pacific, which hopes to continue its three-game winning streak against Division I opponents after it faces Washington on Friday.
— Another Pac-12 team projected to finish in the top half of the league and compete for the NCAA tournament berth struggled last night in an exhibition against a Division II opponent. This time it was Oregon that eked out an 82-75 victory over Grand Canyon. Here’s video of the game.
— Utah coach Larry Krystkowiak is still unsure about the starting lineup for Friday’s exhibition against Division II Adams State.
Doug Haller at the Arizona Republic identifies 12 unsung heroes in the Pac-12 for their respective teams.
— UCLA center Joshua Smith doesn’t like the Sports Arena, the Bruins’ home this season will Pauley Pavilion is being renovated.

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