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Rob Lewis trip report

Rob Lewis trip report

Rob Lewis, a 6-5, 210-pound athlete from Van Nuys (Calif.) Montclair School visited Washington this weekend and enjoyed what he saw. The Huskies like Lewis as a linebacker, the position he played in high school, and talked to him about how he fits into their defense.

"They told me that, since I already played linebacker in high school, that's where I should play in college, so they like me as an outside linebacker," Lewis told Dawgman.com Monday. "I got a chance to meet all the coaches and had a position meeting with Coach (Cornell) Jackson, the linebackers coach. Coach (Randy) Hart, the defensive line coach, is a great guy. He's been there a while and...

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