Tahj Bomar trip report

It's been a long time coming, but Kent (Wash.) Kentwood LB Tahj Bomar finally got a chance to take in Washington officially this weekend and it only confirmed why he picked the local school as the one he'll play for next year.

"I already knew a lot about U-Dub but this time I learned a lot more about the people there, the training staff and the players. They are the reason I decided to choose Washington," Bomar told Dawgman.com this afternoon. "I got a chance to really see how they operate, and that was important."

The 6-2, 210-pound Bomar will be playing WIL for Coach Cornell Jackson. "He just showed me what they do, like the calling out of formations and stuff like that," he said. "There's lots to learn."

Bomar's host his first night was Shelton Sampson and last night it was Kim Taylor. "I got a chance to hang out with a lot of the freshman players, like Matt Fountaine, Shelton Sampson and Kim Taylor," Tahj said. "Reggie (Williams) was around a lot too. It was a lot of fun. We went to the Space Needle, and that's the first time I've eaten there before. We ate a LOT."

UW Head Coach Rick Neuheisel was looking for his committed player to help in the recruiting effort, and Bomar didn't disappoint. "There were some good guys in this weekend, like Rob Lewis, RJ Willing, Wilson Afoa and the kicker, Sean Douglas," Tahj said. "Wilson said he really liked it up here a lot. They all said that, but some of them said that they still have some more visits to take before making a decision."

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