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Spring Battles to Watch - Special Teams

Travis Coons (US PRESSWIRE)

Last season, Washington added two specialists as both Korey Durkee and Travis Coons arrived in the summer. This year, they will add another player to mix in Mount Si (Snoqualmie, Wa.) K Cameron Van Winkle who will enroll later this month and that is when the real kicking and punting battles will begin...

Specialists K/P Travis Coons Sr 6-2, 205 P Korey Durkee So 6-4, 225 K Cameron Van Winkle Fr 5-11, 170 Returners WR Kevin Smith Sr 5-11, 213 RB Jesse Callier RS Jr 5-11, 210 CB Marcus Peters RS So 5-11, 194 WR Marvin Hall So 5-10, 181 WR Jaydon Mickens So 5-10, 170 LB Shaquille Thompson So 6-2, 225 "Special" Teams: Over the past decade, the Husky special teams have largely been anything but...

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