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SoCal defender visits the Northwest

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Unofficial visits are the lifeblood of early recruiting. As witnessed this weekend, Washington head coach Tyrone Willingham and his staff are busy hosting players on visits the prospects pay for themselves. One player who recently took a whirlwind tour of the Pacific Northwest on his own dime is Westlake Village (Calif.) HS DE/DT Jeff Miller.

"Oh the visits went really well," Miller told Dawgman.com on Friday. "On Friday (Jeff, his father and a friend) visited Oregon State in Corvalis and then we headed up to Oregon for their Junior Day on Saturday. I met with their coaches and saw their campuses, they were really nice. Each of them were in a small college town and that was different than what I'm used to, but I liked it. "On...

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