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Pelon likes what he sees on UW trip

Pelon likes what he sees on UW trip

As one of the more highly-coveted JUCO defensive linemen in the country, Mesa's Claude Pelon could wind up anywhere in the country, but his past weekend he came away from his trip to Washington so impressed with what the Huskies had to offer he told Dawgman.com he has a leader and could be visiting Montlake again next month...

"I had a great time up there," Pelon told Dawgman.com. "It was a great time just being up there and in that atmosphere. The (Alumni basketball game) was great. They had a lot of fun and it was a live crowd. I got to meet a couple of the players so overall it was an outstanding time up there. I really had a blast." Even though he could wind up playing almost...

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