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Originally published February 6, 2008 at 12:00 AM | Page modified February 7, 2008 at 8:34 AM

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List of UW signees


Washington has received commitments from 26 players:
Pos. Player Ht Wt Hometown (school)
QB Dominique Blackman 6-4 ½ 245 Carson, Calif.
RB Demitrius Bronson 5-10 195 Kent (Kentwood)
WR Cody Bruns 5-11 170 Prosser
G Allen Carroll 6-3 290 Oakland, Calif. (McClymonds)
RB Terrance Dailey 5-10 195 Vacaville, Calif.
S Johri Fogerson 6-2 190 Seattle (O'Dea)
RB David Freeman 5-7 ½ 178 Inglewood, Calif.
CB Justin Glenn 5-11 185 Mukilteo (Kamiak)
RB Anthony Gobern 6-0 185 Fair Oaks, Calif. (Del Campo)
G Mykenna Ikehara 6-3 282 Honolulu (Kamehameha Secondary)
WR Jermaine Kearse 6-2 175 Lakewood (Lakes)
OT Senio Kelemete 6-4 ½ 255 Seattle (Evergreen)
QB Luther Leonard 6-3 180 Seattle (Evergreen)
CB Adam Long 6-0 175 Playa Del Rey, Calif. (St. Bernard)
LB Kurt Mangum 6-0 ½ 230 Chandler, Ariz.
TE Kavario Middleton 6-6 240 Lakewood (Lakes)
DT Craig Noble 6-3 285 Woodland Hills, Calif. (Taft)
RB Chris Polk 5-11 195 Redlands, Calif. (Redlands East Valley)
WR Jordan Polk 5-10 170 Portland (Lincoln)
LB Bradly Roussel 5-11 215 Baton Rouge, La. (Redemptorist)
OT Drew Schaefer 6-5 275 Redmond (Eastlake)
G Alameda Ta'amu 6-4 330 Seattle (Rainier Beach)
S Vince Taylor 6-3 185 Bellevue (Eastside Catholic)
OT Terence Thomas 6-8 295 Caldwell, Idaho
DE Everrette Thompson 6-6 255 Burien (Kennedy)
S Greg Walker 5-11 200 Playa Del Rey, Calif. (St. Bernard)

Note: Chris Polk has already enrolled and won't sign a letter today, having already signed a financial aid agreement.

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