Boyles decides to leave UW

Boyles decides to leave UW

Husky DB Anthony Boyles confirmed to Dawgman.com on Wednesday that he has decided to transfer from the University of Washington.

Boyles signed with Washington's 2007 recruiting class, but was unable to qualify so he delayed his enrollment while trying to get a higher SAT score and started classes at Montlake in January of 2008.

After Tyrone Willingham was let go following the 2008 season, Boyles was moved to defensive back during the fall of 2009 and saw playing time in five games that year on special teams.

This year, Boyles saw time on special teams, but he told Dawgman.com that he hopes to find more playing time at the new school he transfers to.

Which school that will be is currently up in the air as Boyles noted he's waiting to see what his options are.

Boyles in the second player to leave the Husky football program in the past month, joining former TE Chris Izbicki who left the team two weeks before the Holiday Bowl.

If he were to transfer to a D-1 program, Boyles, who graduates from Washington in June, would not have to sit out a year and could play right away.

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