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Floyd gets Husky offer

Floyd gets Husky offer

Washington is in the hunt for a number of wide receivers in the 2008 recruiting class and one that has become a priority for the Dawgs is Crenshaw's Clint Floyd. The playmaking athlete who lines up at five different positions for the Cougars spoke recently about his season and where recruiting stands at the midway point of his senior season.

"We're 2-0 in our league, but we're 3-4 overall," Floyd told Dawgman.com on Sunday morning. "I've got over 800 yards of total offense, but I line up in the slot, at wide receiver, at quarterback, at running back and then I play DB on defense." Floyd got a call from Washington's running backs coach Trent Miles last week and he got some good news...

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