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Recruiting - Cornerbacks

Recruiting talent at CB has been a challenge for Washington over the past decade. The talent is upgraded at the position from what it once was but the Huskies really need a solid set of corners for the future in the 2011 class. Two very good CB's reside in state so the the bet is the Huskies fill the bulk of the need by staying home.

CB - Cedric Dozier - Lakes HS- Lakewood - Cedric is the best DB prospect in the Northwest and he already has three Pac 12 offers with more probably on the way. Chances are he stays home and plays at Washington since that is usually what kids from Lakes HS end up doing.

CB - Brandon Beaver - CB Alphonso Marsh - Dominguez HS - Compton - Few HS teams are blessed with a set of CB's like Dominguez HS. Most schools in the Pac 12 would take both of these guys including the Huskies. Marsh is 6'3 185 so he could potentially grow into a safety. I expect that both of these kids will end up visiting.

CB - Kevon Seymour - Muir HS - Pasadena - Washington already has a commitment from his teammate Tairen Owens but that doesn't guarantee a visit from Seymour who is a national recruit.

CB - Ishmael Adams - Oaks Christian HS - Westlake Village - The Huskies have two OCHS players on the team so they probably have a hot at getting a visit from this national recruit.

CB - Tyler Hasty - Bellevue HS - Bellevue - Tyler is a good looking CB prospect who will likely receive a Washington offer before things are said and done with.