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Charles Frederick (Max Waugh/Dawgman.com)

Charles Frederick's college football career was definitely interesting. Frederick ventured all the way from sunny Florida to Seattle to join high school teammates John Anderson and Rich Alexis. In his four years at Washington Charles played for two different coaches, had the biggest single game offensive performance in Husky history, was temporarily removed from the team and had to watch most of his senior season from the sidelines.

Dawgman.com recently caught up with the now former Husky wide receiver to find out about his future post-Montlake. Charles talked about the usual things that a player goes through after their college career is over; missing his teammates and coaches. But the main focus was on the future. Now that it's over, Frederick has been busy preparing himself for taking his game to the next level...

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