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Huskies host big Junior Day event

Kentwood RB Demetrius Bronson

Over the past two years, Tyrone Willingham and the rest of the Washington Husky football staff have put on several "Junior Days" with excellent results and this year is no different. On Saturday, as the basketball team plays host to second-ranked UCLA at Hec Ed, the football coaches will be playing host to a plethora of talented local high school juniors.

Below is a list of Washington Junior Day attendees: 1) Kentwood RB Demitrius Bronson – He received one of the first offers within the state from the Huskies and he's definitely a player that is going to draw lots of attention from across the country. He's not a speedster, but he has incredible vision and he's got some nice "shake" to make people miss. Washington is currently his only offer, but...

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