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Impact Report: Jermaine Kelly

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It had been over a week, but reporters kept Jermaine Kelly's secret safe. And then Monday afternoon the 6-foot-2, 185-pound athlete from Salesian High School in Los Angeles spoke with Steve Sarkisian and then let everyone know - he would be a Washington Husky. This news was impactful on a number of fronts.

"They're bringing in an incredible recruiting class right now and we aren't done yet," Kelly told FoxSportsNEXT.com. He is Washington's 22nd public verbal commitment. "They have a ton of young talent on the roster and I think they're ready for a big run next year. They have a great coaching staff and every time I visited Washington, I always felt that family bond there that I didn't see at other...

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