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Impact Report: Joseph Wicker

Impact Report: Joseph Wicker

It didn't take long for Washington to get an early jump on their 2015 class when they got commitments from two juniors -- Long Beach (Ca.) Poly DL Joseph Wicker and Wenatchee (Wa.) OL Trey Adams -- following the Rising Stars Camp in June. Today, we look at what sort of an impact Wicker can have on Washington's 2015 class and where he fits into the roster once he arrives here two years from now...

The Decision: Wicker's decision came shortly after he spent a day under the tutelage of Husky defensive line coach Tosh Lupoi. He said that, while the Huskies are his only offer to this point, it definitely came down to him wanting to be part of what Washington has building along the defensive line. "The decision was an easy one for me," Wicker told Dawgman.com back on June 29th, the day he...

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