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Burleson a Big Man With Big Plans

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It didn't matter if it was via greyshirt or Greyhound, Devin Burleson was going to go to Washington. As soon as the opportunity became a viable one for the 6-foot-8, 285-pound senior offensive lineman from Palmdale, Calif., it didn't matter whether it was this year or next, because the Highland High offensive tackle was just getting his football career started.

"When Washington put their name in the hat my decision became easy because I knew they would be my best bet as far as sports and academics went - especially academically," Burleson told Dawgman.com this week. "That was the strongest of my choices. When they started to recruit me, everything became easy. I knew what I wanted to do. The suggestions they gave me fell in line because they knew what...

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