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Mark Washington trip report

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Mark Washington is a 6-3, 240-pound linebacker prospect from Long Beach (Calif.) Poly and he made a last-minute decision to visit the University of Washington this weekend. With three schools right at the top for Mark's services, this trip turned out to be an important one for him. Did he find out what he needed to, and was it what he was expecting?

"I think the highlight was just getting to meet the players and coaches," Mark told Dawgman.com late Sunday night. "You could tell the players are very close-knit and are nice and easy to get along with. The coaches are also pretty cool. Coach Neuheisel is really a players' coach, meaning he'll come by at least twice a week while stretching or doing something just to check up on you, make...

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