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Huskies add OL depth with Scott

Washington OL coach Mike Denbrock

When a player makes the move from the Pioneer Conference to the Pac 10, there's got to be a story behind it. Well, that's the case as Nick Scott, a big offensive lineman who had made a name for himself with Drake, a D-1AA program, but a family illness made the move to Seattle a necessary one. Dawgman.com caught up with Scott recently and he told us about his journey to becoming a Husky.

Scott played at Lindbergh High School in St. Louis, Missouri and received recruiting interest from Drake as well as some D-2 schools. "Up until my senior year, I only played defense," Scott told Dawgman.com on Saturday evening. "Going into my senior year, my coaches wanted me to play both ways and that's when I started playing tackle and I received third team all-conference that year. "I was a...

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