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Trip Report - Jeremy Ioane

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Jeremy Ioane came five hours from Honolulu for his official visit to Washington, and it's the shortest official visit he'll take before making his final college choice. Ioane, a safety prospect from Punahou, spoke with Dawgman.com about his trip, the highlights, and what other schools he'll visit before sitting down with his family and making the biggest decision of his life to date.

"We got to Seattle Thursday night," Ioane said. He flew in with another player from Hawai'i, Kahuku DE Hauoli Jamora. They went to breakfast with two coaches from UW - Johnny Nansen and Mike Anderson at the Blue Star Cafe in Wallingford. "We just talked about our backgrounds and where we came from," he said. And his first impressions of the area? "I thought it was good," he said. "The town...

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