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Commitment Impact: Tairen Owens

Commitment Impact: Tairen Owens

Washington got some good news earlier this week when Muir (Pasadena, Ca.) ATH Tairen Owens decided to end the recruiting process before it really began and committed to the Huskies shortly after getting offered. Here's a look at where he will fit into the depth chart and how his commitment impacts the 2012 recruiting class...

At first glance, Owens may appear to be the same size as the recently departed Jordan Polk, who never made much of an impact as a player in his three years at Montlake. He also is used much in the same way that Curtis (University Place, Wa.) used Washington State-bound Rahmel Dockery who many Husky fans wanted to see the coaches take a flier on late in the 2011 recruiting process. However, when...

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