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Waters focused on return to Seattle

Waters focused on return to Seattle

As part of a talented in-state group of prospects, former Lakes and current Arizona Western LB Darius Waters, had hoped to be playing for the Huskies this past fall. However, academics derailed his plans so he headed south and spent the 2010 season redshirting with the Matadors while he learned how to play a new position all the while staying focused on getting back to Seattle to play for UW...

"It's gone really well down here so far," Waters told Dawgman.com recently. "I really got focused on things, school and just getting ready to play football. "When I got down here, they had me set to play linebacker, but I had never played with my hand up, so I was basically learning a whole new position and they felt redshirting me was the best thing they could do for me and for my career...

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