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Commitment Impact - Joseph Gray

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It has to be said; when looking at the list of Washington quarterback prospects, Joseph Gray wasn't on it. Truth be told, after Kyle Boehm (Cal), Max Wittek (USC), Cody Kessler (USC), Marcus Mariota (Oregon) and Brett Hundley (UCLA) all made their decisions, it definitely looked like the Huskies were headed toward Plan B when it came toward securing a quarterback for the class of 2011.

But that's why following recruiting can often be a maddening and fruitless pursuit. Realistically, Gray is Plan B. He's a player who clearly loves the Washington program and is on record saying he would have gone there regardless of who had offered him. "It was my dream school, honestly," Gray told Scott Eklund Thursday. At a cursory glance, Gray appears to be an excellent complimentary...

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