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Trip Report - Maurice Swain

Maurice Swain was one of three players from down south that braved the cold and long distance flight to see what Seattle and the University of Washington had to offer last weekend. In talking with the 6-foot-6, 290-pound defensive end from Troup County High in LaGrange, Ga., he admitted he didn't know too much about UW until just recently.

Swain started speaking with Washington Defensive Line Coach Tosh Lupoi and the Huskies right after his season was over. "I saw them on TV and thought that there might be a good chance there," he told Dawgman.com Thursday night when asked for his first thoughts when he found out UW was recruiting him...

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