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A dozen local prospects to watch in 2010

AARON DUNN

AN OLD ADAGE IS THAT recruiting is like shaving: If you don't do it everyday you'll look like a bum. And so it is that the ink is barely dry on 2009 letters of intent and college coaches are fast at work building their databases for 2010. From the state of Washington, 25 to 35 prep athletes typically earn major college scholarships. Right now, the 2010 class looks more than ready to hold its own.

Here's a snapshot look at 12 seniors-to-be worth paying attention to in the coming months. They could be among the most talked about local players a year from now. Put emphasis in the word could in that last sentence. There are many factors that shape a lad's recruiting outlook, not just potential or raw talent. Grades, attitude, injuries, work ethic, summer-camp performances -- all of it goes...

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