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Trip Report - Aaron Grymes

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Scout.com spoke with Aaron Grymes, a 5-foot-11, 170-pound defensive back prospect from West Seattle, and the first verbal commitment for the class of 2009 talked about his recent official visit to Seattle, as well as the highlight of his trip.

"I just had fun," Grymes said. "It was nice to meet all these cool guys. They were good guys and it was fun to hang out with them." The Huskies are looking at Grymes for safety. "They said it's based on my playing style and being able to hit and being...

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