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An in-state look ahead: 2007 receivers

Chris Izbicki (Scout.com)

As Washington head coach Tyrone Willingham announced the 21 players who make up the 2006 recruiting class for the Huskies, many recruitniks were already clamoring to find out about the in-state prospects for the 2007 recruiting season. Here is a preliminary look at some of the players from around the "Evergreen State" who will be seniors next year. Today we look at the receivers, including tight end.

Travis Mattair (6-5, 215) from Southridge is a player who may end up at linebacker, but he plays wide receiver and free safety for the Suns. He doesn't have great track speed (4.8) but he has football speed and always seems to be around the ball. He is an excellent baseball prospect – he was rated the number-one baseball prospect in the state as a sophomore – and his coach Andy Troxel says he...

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