"I had committed to Fresno State, and I was happy with that decision. It is a good school, but at that time I didn't have an offer from Washington," Duncan told Scout.com this afternoon.
He had tripped Washington earlier and loved everything about it. "It was a beautiful campus. The facilities and everything were great."
Then Washington came through with a scholarship offer.
"After I sat down and thought about things (after the UW offer happened), I decided that Washington was the best opportunity for me."
"That's it. I'm done," said Duncan when asked if he was going to take any more visits.
"I've taken four, and that's all I'm going to take."
Duncan had nine sacks last year as a defensive tackle for Westlake High School. He considers himself equally adept at stuffing the run as well as collapsing the pocket.
"I am big enough to stop the run. Teams didn't like running at me because when they did, the play was over. But I also have enough speed to run around guys and make sacks."
Duncan joins fellow UW defensive line commits Kalani Aldrich and Nick Wood in the class of 2007.
Tyrone Duncan Profile
"That's It. I'm done."
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