David Washington committed to Kentucky a few months back, but the talented defensive tackle elected…
Washington Sets Two Visits
David Washington profile "We finished 10-1 and lost in the first round of the playoffs," said Washington. "I was hurt. I was sick for three weeks because of it. I couldn't even watch the state championships on TV." Despite suffering an early post season loss, David has good feelings about how the 2010 season went for him. "I feel like it was my best year," said Washington. "I had about 16 sacks and close to 63 tackles and seven tackles for loss. I got up to about 280 and I was stronger this year." With numbers like that, college recruiters were certainly not going to give up on David despite his committed status. "Coaches from Mississippi State, Arkansas, Kentucky and a few other schools have come by to talk with me," said Washington. "They want to let me know that I still had the option to come there. "They wanted to know if I was still open to them and if they still had a chance." David maintains his commitment to Kentucky, but reports that he is still willing to listen to other programs. "I am still pretty open minded," said Washington. "I haven't closed the door on anybody. "I still plan to take all of my visits." While college prospects are allowed five official visits, David has only made plans for two. "I am going to take official visits with Kentucky and Mississippi State," said David. "I am probably going to set up some more, but I haven't set any other visits yet. "I have to do everything around my tests and things like that." When taking his trips, David is going to place a lot of emphasis on his interaction with future teammates. "I am just looking to be comfortable and see how I fit in with the players," said Washington. "I am just looking for another home. I just want to find the place I feel the most comfortable."
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