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Spring Breakout Players: No. 4

Spring Breakout Players: No. 4

Offenses in college football have moved away from using true fullbacks, but Washington is looking to find a replacement for Jonathan Amosa who graduated following the 2012 football season. Enter redshirt frosh Psalm Wooching who has been an animal in the weight room since he arrived last summer and now is poised to make a run at the starting spot and adding another weapon to the Husky offense...

Background: Wooching came to Washington via Kealakehe (Kailua Kona, Hi.) High School and had been committed to UCLA until shortly before Signing Day back in February of 2012. The Husky staff did everything right with him, from showing him how they would use him to recruiting the parents and then, ultimately, helping him to realize that Montlake was a much better fit than Westwood. In addition to...

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