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Visit To UW Changes Ieremia's Perspective

Visit To UW Changes Ieremia's Perspective

Hurricane (Ut.) LB Jeremiah Ieremia has plenty of schools to choose from and one that he's been very interested in over the past couple of months has been Washington. Over the weekend, the talented linebacker prospect took a trip to Seattle and was on campus for Washington's full-pads workout yesterday. After spending two days on campus, he told Dawgman.com he's got a new leader...

"That whole visit, from the time I was there until I left, was amazing," Ieremia said shortly after returning home. "It pretty much changed my whole perspective on Washington. They're now my leader. No question about it." Ieremia took in Saturday's workout and he also spent time meeting with the coaches and he got a tour of the facilities. "Coach (Bob) Gregory is my lead recruiter...

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