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Lots of early attention for Mooney

Lots of early attention for Mooney

Last year, the state of Washington was light on talented linebacker prospects. That isn't the case this year and O'Dea LB Allen Mooney might be the best of the bunch. He wracked up huge tackle numbers even though he missed three games and he recently took in the junior day event held at Montlake. He talked about his time on campus as well as what lies ahead this spring and summer.

"It was a lot of fun up there," Mooney said about his Sunday afternoon spent on Washington's campus. "We got to meet with the coaches and talk with our position coaches a little bit. I really like coach (Chris) Tormey and I think he's a really good coach. "They were really welcoming to us and the fact that I already have some friends who are going there made things that much more fun." As a...

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