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Commitment Impact: Caleb Tucker

Commitment Impact: Caleb Tucker

Washington doesn't typically have a lot of pull with recruits from the state of Louisiana, but the Dawgs made an early impression on Ouachita (Monroe, La.) DE/LB Caleb Tucker and after his visit last month, the talented defensive prospect decided he wanted to add his name to become a Husky. Today, Dawgman.com looks at how his decision will effect the roster as well as the rest of the 2013 class...

The decision: According to those who had been talking to Tucker as the recruiting process got underway this spring, the talented defensive end/linebacker had been a heavy Washington lean for quite some time. The Huskies are currently the only BCS school to offer Tucker, so, in some senses it was really a no-brainer for him to decide to commit. However, he admitted to Scout.com's Greg Biggins that...

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