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Husky visit list is an impressive one

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In what is turning into one of the most well-attended weekends of official visits in recent memory, the Huskies plan to host 15 players this weekend. Included in that number will be 12 players committed to Washington and three recruits who have yet to make a decision, but are being wooed by the Dawgs this late in the game to fill out the remainder of their 2010 recruiting class…

Here's a look at each player and his status heading into the weekend… 1) Kahuku (Hi.) DE Hauoli Jamora – (Uncommitted) The talented pass-rusher totaled over 20 sacks this fall, including 10 in one two-week period. He originally committed to BYU back in the summer, but opened things up during the season. At this point, Boise State and Washington appear to be the leaders for his commitment and the...

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