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Huskies lead for Crespi DE

Huskies lead for Crespi DE

Washington continues to work on finding players who can get to the quarterback and Crespi (Carmelite, Ca.) DE Reggie Coates can do just that. He's fully recovered from the ACL injury he suffered at the end of last season and had a solid game this past Friday against Dominguez in a 14-11 loss. The talented pass-rusher has Washington in the lead and that he could visit Seattle late next month...

"It's been good, I'm not feeling any pain or having any swelling in my knee and I'm doing what I normally do," Coates said Sunday evening. "My doctors want me wearing a brace for the first year back, but said after this season I can play football without it." In the loss to the Dons, Coates had five tackles, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. "I'm best at getting to the quarterback," Coates...

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