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Dwight Stephenson Jr. trip report

Dwight Stephenson Jr is a 6-3, 220-pound defensive end prospect from Boca Raton (Florida) Pope John Paul II, and Dwight made quite the circuitous route to get to Seattle this weekend from Miami. Included were two missed flights and a two-hour delay. But all in all it was a weekend well spent for Dwight, as his main objective was achieved - a scholarship offer from the Washington Huskies.

"Yeah, I spent all day flying," Dwight told Dawgman.com this morning. I missed my first flight and the next one got delayed for two hours. And then I missed my connecting flight in Dallas. But it was OK. I didn't get to Seattle until around midnight." But Charles Frederick, his good friend, was waiting for him to show Dwight around. "He told me that the adjustment isn't as bad as you might...

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