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The Bootleg's 2011 Recruiting Preview

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With the 2010 recruiting class signed and sealed, Stanford's coaches and fans can now only wait for it to be delivered on campus this summer. In the meantime, however, Jim Harbaugh and his staff won't rest on their laurels and instead will kick 2011 recruiting into high gear. The Bootleg takes an early look at 2011 recruiting with thoughts on Stanford's top needs and potential priority targets.

The Bootleg's 2011 Recruiting Preview In Jim Harbaugh's first full recruiting class in 2008, he signed five players who have already been selected to the Pac-10's all-conference team by their second year in college – quarterback Andrew Luck, wide receiver and kickoff return maven Chris Owusu, offensive guard David DeCastro, offensive tackle Jonathan Martin, and safety Delano Howell.  The... Recommended Stories

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