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Saylor enjoys visit to UW

Saylor enjoys visit to UW

In last year's state playoffs Union (Camas, Wa.) WR Mitch Saylor vaulted onto the scene of college football recruiters who are intrigued by his size (6-5, 195) and playmaking abilities. This weekend Saylor and his Union teammates are focused on earning a state berth in the basketball playoffs, but he took a slight detour on Saturday when he visited Montlake to take in Washington's Junior Day...

"It was a great time," Saylor said as he relaxed in his hotel room in Tacoma before his 8 o'clock game against Lakes. "I got to meet with coach (Steve) Sarkisian and with the new receivers coach (Jimmie Dougherty) and I think both of them would be great guys to play for. "They just broke down how they like their receivers to play and what they are looking for in a player...

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