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Anthony Boyles is a 6-foot-3, 185-pound receiver from Junipero Serra High School in Gardena, Calif., and for months he's been talking about his connection with Washington and how he could see himself playing there. Well this weekend, he made his thoughts known to the Husky coaches during his official visit to Montlake. Now the question is, will it be the last decision he makes?

"It was great," Boyles told Scout.com about his official visit to Seattle. "I liked the people. Everywhere I went, it's like people knew me. They were calling me by name and they seemed to know a lot about me." Marcel Reece was Boyles' host. "I just asked him questions about why he came to U-Dub and also about Coach Yarber. He told me that there are great people around him and they have a...

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