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Trip Report - JoJo McIntosh

Jojo McIntosh, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound defensive back from Chaminade Prep in West Hills, Calif., was one of Chris Petersen's first verbal commitment when he took the head coaching job at Washington. Ironically, he was also one of the last to officially visit UW, as he took his trip this last weekend to see all he needed to see before Wednesday's signing day.

"It was amazing, I loved it," McIntosh said of his official visit. "I'm very excited to come up there and play for Washington. We've got Naijiel Hale that committed this weekend as well…really excited." Did he go into the visit with any expectations? "I expected it to be cold, which it was," he said. "But it was nice. I really loved the coaches, I met all the coaches, met all of them to make sure...

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