UW picks up JC tight end for 2009 class

It hasn't been a secret the new Husky coaching staff has been scouring JC rosters hoping to find a good blocking tight end. It appears they found their man last week when Allan Hancock TE Dorson Boyce committed to them and he'll sign his letter of intent and will presumably be on campus for the start of spring practice.

Dawgman.com was able to confirm with Boyce, who was on campus for his official visit to Washington, that he had committed to the Huskies.

"I committed (to UW) a week ago or so," Boyce told Dawgman.com before heading into a meeting with the Husky coaches.

Boyce, who measures in at 6-2, 250, was an All-Region tight end selection for the Bulldogs in 2008, posting 18 receptions for 271 yards and three touchdowns while gaining most of his recognition as a blocker for a team that averaged just under 300 yards rushing per game.

Here are some of Boyce's highlights from the 2008 season: Boyce Highlights

We'll do our best to reach Boyce for his thoughts on his visit as well as Washington after he finishes up on campus later today.

Dorson Boyce Scout Profile


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