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Stellar Class Offers Immediate Help for Depth

Nothing is going distract from this already monster signing class, unless of course there are a couple of more desertions coming down the stretch - and that is unlikely with this staff. Losing a wide receiver in Keanon Lowe is probably the one area where Washington won't hurt simply because of the returning depth there.

This incoming class has balance, speed, and size to bolster this team in almost every area. Still, it is very rare for a true freshman to come in and help at the varsity level his first year. Considering they didn't sign any junior college players, it means that any kid who plays is doing so right out of high school. Your hope is two or three of your first year kids can play immediately, and five...

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