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Washington runner is high on the Dawgs

Washington runner is high on the Dawgs

A player that has flown under the radar in the state of Washington is Mt. Si (Snoqualmie, Wa.) RB Brandon Yakaboski, but just because fans haven't heard his name mentioned much, doesn't mean that college coaches don't know about the playmaker from the Cascade foothills.

"I was busy in May and June," Yakaboski said with a chuckle. "I went to Oregon State's combine, the Nike Combine in Eugene, the Oregon camp, the Competitive Edge combine in Sumner and then U-Dub's camp at the end of June." Yakaboski did well at the Competitive Edge combine clocking the third-best time in the 40 (4.58) and sporting the best vertical (38 inches) of the 300-plus participants. He...

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