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Fall Camp Preview: Guards and Centers

Dexter Charles (USA Today)

In this installment of our Fall Camp Previews, we take a look at the interior players along Washington's offensive line. There should be plenty of competition heading into the season to find the right players who will keep Keith Price upright while also opening holes for the running game...

The Players: Guards Dexter Charles (RS So., 6-4, 292) - Charles spent a lot of his second year with the Huskies learning the hard way, by facing off against some of the top interior pass-rushers in the conference, most notably Utah's Starlite Lotulelei, and he more than held his own although there were times when he struggled as well. Charles is widely regarded as Washington's most promising...

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