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Jordan Reffett trip report

Jordan Reffett is a 6-6, 260-pound defensive lineman from Moses Lake, Washington, and Jordan just got back from his second official visit to Washington in two years. This one is going to have a happier ending for Reffett. Not only is he now able to enroll (which he'll do January 6th), but he'll be able to join the Washington football team - something that he's been looking forward to for over a year.

"It was just a little different," Jordan said of this year's visit. "It was a lot more fun. I also did more recruiting than I was having my own fun, but I tried to work on a couple of guys, got a couple of guys to commit and it was a good time." It looks like Reffett was able to produce results. "I worked on Chad Macklin pretty hard," he said. "He loved it up here and decided to be a Dawg...

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