Garnett down to two 

January, 22, 2012
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Offensive lineman Josh Garnett (Puyallup, Wash./Puyallup) recently hosted coaches from both Stanford and Michigan and says he is now officially down to those two schools. Notre Dame was previously in his top group but has been eliminated from the running.

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Tye Eckert/UnderArmourJosh Garnett, No. 44 in the ESPNU 150, said Sunday that he's down to Michigan and Stanford.
Garnett welcomed Michigan coach Brady Hoke into his home on Sunday night, and that will be the last visit before he makes his decision at 3 p.m. Thursday during a news conference at his school.

"That was the last in-home visit. I had Stanford before that, and then this one," he said. "I'm definitely down to those two, and they both have different things that make them great."
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