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Wallace will continue Husky-legacy

Wallace will continue Husky-legacy

We've been hearing rumors that the Huskies could add a player or two to the 2009 recruiting class and on Thursday one more was inked when Grant Union (Sacramento) LB Jordan Wallace became the 19th signee to Washington's class. Dawgman.com caught up with the skilled defender's head coach Mike Alberghini as well as his father, C.J. Jr., to get the news...

"Yep Jordan signed with U-Dub today," a proud C.J. Jr. told Dawgman.com. "We are really excited about it too because we don't have to change our colors at all." Jordan's older brother C.J. was an All-Conference player for the Huskies and currently is a safety with the Seattle Seahawks. "His brother had success there and he has the opportunity to play in the Pac 10," Alberghini said. "We're...

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