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Huskies and Stanford at the top for Hopkins

Huskies and Stanford at the top for Hopkins

He's one of the top athletes in the state of Washington and resides east of the mountains, usually a hotbed for the Washington State Cougars. However, Gonzaga Prep (Spokane) DE/TE Charlie Hopkins told Dawgman.com recently that the Huskies, along with the Stanford Cardinal, lead for him, but he also noted he's a ways away from making a commitment...

"Things have been going good for me," Hopkins told Dawgman.com. "I've just been working out, doing what I do and checking out some schools." One school that got a visit earlier this month was Washington, a school he knows pretty well due to the fact his sister is a student there. "Since my sister goes there I came over for the USC game last year," Hopkins said. "It was great. I was...

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