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Keno Walter-White

Jimmy Lake made a couple of calls before cleaning out his desk last week. The former Washington corners coach had been recruiting Keno Walter-White, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound cornerback from San Diego (Calif.) Mesa College. Lake had some advice to give to Walter-White, who had verbally committed to UW back in July.

"I was bummed about that," Walter-White told Dawgman.com about Lake's dismissal. "He had a good recruiting style and he's a real cool dude. That's how it goes, and I've accepted it. He told me to still go to Washington because it's a great school and he's encouraged me to go to Washington. He said it's a great school, a great place to play football and a good place to be - a good...

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