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Recruiting Blog – 8/10

Recruiting Blog – 8/10

It's been a busy week in the world of Husky football. Camp started on Monday, the program re-signed with NIKE for 10 years and starting quarterback Jake Locker suffered a hamstring injury. Even with all that news, the Washington coaching staff has still found the time to recruit and I've spoken with several recruits, including West Seattle CB Aaron Grymes who committed to the Dawgs on August 4th.

Monday was very busy for both the Husky coaching staff and Dawgman.com. In addition to the Tyrone Willingham press conference and player and coach interviews, Washington received commitments from two cornerbacks as South Oak Cliff (Dallas) CB Kenneth Pinkard and West Seattle CB Aaron Grymes both made their pledge to the Dawgs. Pinkard did his best to reach defensive backs coach J.D. Williams...

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