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Committed DBs talk to new Husky staff

Committed DBs talk to new Husky staff

They both committed on the first day of fall camp this past August and recently West Seattle DB Aaron Grymes and South Oak Cliff (Dallas, Tx.) CB Kenneth Pinkard got a chance to talk with some of Washington's new coaching staff and both came away even more committed to the Huskies than they were before...

"Coach (Demetrice) Martin and coach (Jim) Michalczik both called and talked to me," Grymes said recently. "They both told me what they were doing with the program and that they want guys who can come in and help bring the program back." Grymes said the new staff wants him to visit on January 23rd and that he remains committed to the Huskies. "I'm sad the old staff got fired, but it happened so...

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