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Ajamu stands out at Tanoa Bowl

It's been a good holiday season for David Ajamu. For the 6-foot-5, 230-pound tight end prospect for Shelton High School, he's set on signing with the University of Washington in February. Ajamu also stood out for Team Washington in their 38-20 loss to Team Utah in the 2012 Tanoa Bowl Saturday night, catching a number of passes, including one for a touchdown.

Ajamu and teammate Ralph Kinne also took part in a wedding this past week for another former Shelton teammate. He had to miss practice and the media day, but it was well worth it. "It was good," Ajamu said of the wedding. "It was our trainer. He trains us - me and the running back - his name is Jacob Barrett. He played at Shasta (College) in California." The missed time didn't slow Ajamu and...

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