By Bob Condotta
Seattle Times staff reporter
Ronnie Fouch, the California high-school quarterback who committed to Washington last summer, might be on campus for spring practice.
Fouch will graduate from Redlands (Calif.) East Valley High School this spring, according to Dawgman.com.Fouch committed to the Huskies on July 3, a few minutes after being offered a scholarship. Fouch said at the time he had also been offered scholarships by Texas-El Paso, Boise State, Nevada and Wyoming. High-school players can sign letters of intent in February.
The Huskies will need some depth at quarterback next season, with just Jake Locker and Carl Bonnell returning. Johnny DuRocher, who was recently released from Harborview Medical Center after having surgery to remove a brain tumor, is almost certainly done playing football.
Dawgman.comand RealDawg.comboth reported Tuesday night that the Huskies have received a commitment from California running back Brandon Johnson. He would be the fourth running back to commit to the Huskies, adding depth at another thin position.
Johnson, from Dominguez High in Compton, reportedly had offers from Oregon and California.