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Saturday is 'Money Game' for Trufant

SEATTLE - Desmond Trufant is already flying in some pretty rarified air for Washington cornerbacks. UW Head Coach Steve Sarkisian remarked during his coaches show Monday that Trufant could very well be one of the top three cornerbacks taken in next year's NFL draft, that's how well he's playing in the eyes of the pro scouts.

Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com and CBS Sports agrees. Rang believes the 6-foot senior from Wilson High in Tacoma is already earning second and third-round grades for the 2013 NFL Draft in a year that's not the strongest for corners. He's neck-and-neck with Oregon State's Jordan Poyer when it comes to the best senior corners in the Pac-12. To put Trufant's current rating in perspective, Washington...

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