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Ajamu the next Seferian-Jenkins?

David Ajamu (FoxSportsNEXT.com)

Austin Seferian-Jenkins has been lighting up scoreboards and stat sheets this year for the Washington Huskies, and there's at least one local 2013 prospect that's been watching. The irony is he's firmly committed to another Pac-12 school…or is he? Dawgman.com spoke last week with David Ajamu, a 6-foot-6, 245-pound tight end prospect from Shelton to find out if his interest in UW is legitimate.

"We just made our mistakes," Ajamu told Dawgman.com about Shelton's season-ending loss to Nathan Hale this past weekend in the playoffs. "We could have beat the team…any team is beatable if you do the right things. But we made a lot of mistakes - fumbles, dropped end zone passes, lot of penalties - all of that got the best of us. There's nothing we can do about it, it is what it is." Does the...

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