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Trip Report - Donaven Dorsey

SEATTLE - The weather wasn't pretty, but that didn't stop official visits from happening at the University of Washington. There were two official basketball visitors in town - Zylan Cheatham and Donaven Dorsey. Dorsey told Dawgman.com about his trip and whether his prior verbal commitment is still strong to the Huskies.

"So I got into town around Friday two o'clock to the hotel and we left as soon as we got to the hotel to go to the gym and watch the players work out for a little bit," the 6-foot-7 wing from Timberline High School in Lacey said. "Then after that me and Zylan (Cheatham), we had a few games with them - probably around six or seven games - just to get a feel for the team and everything. "It was...

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