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Simpson makes decision Sunday

Clarence Simpson to Washington

Clarence Simpson is a 6-3, 180-pound cornerback prospect from Sylmar, California, and Clarence was supposed to head north this weekend with his friend and teammate Louis Solis, but Solis was busy playing basketball this weekend. That meant Simpson was on his own - literally. But when his plane touched down at Sea-Tac Friday and he started into his 48-hour odyssey with the University of Washington, did he know that he was about to make a life decision with the help of some new-found friends?

"I got in just now from my visit, but I'm not tired," Simpson told Dawgman.com Sunday night. "I'm just about to go see my girlfriend." And when he sees her, he'll have some special news to share - Clarence is going to be a Washington Husky. "I committed to them on my trip," he said. "I told Coach (Rick) Neuheisel and he was really happy. Coach (Bobby) Kennedy was all smiles. He said I...

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