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Stone weighs his options

Mason Stone (Mark Hopkins photo)

Up until recently, things on the recruiting front had gone rather slow for Mountlake Terrace (Wa.) DB Mason Stone, but this week the talented athlete saw things pick up as he received a preferred walk-on offer from the University of Washington to go along with an offer from a WAC program. Stone updated Dawgman.com about where things stand and which other schools could be close to offering...

"Yeah, Washington just offered me a preferred walk-on spot," Stone told Dawgman.com recently. "It was pretty cool just to know that I have that as an option. "I actually have a 'soft' offer from Idaho as well. Torey Hunter is the coach recruiting me there and he said they just have to get the new staff in there and let them see my film before that one can be a firm offer, but he didn't think...

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