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Raphael Washington

IT'S A unique athlete who can adroitly play the tight end position at the Pac-10 level -- diverse skills are required. One intriguing prospect who remains on the market is Raphael Washington, and he lists an offer from Oregon State and just took his SAT exam this past week. But is it another school in the Beaver State who is making a charge?

Washington listed his scholarship offers as being from Oregon State, Nevada, UNLV, Washington, Washington State and North Carolina. Contact has been light, however, with schools waiting on his SAT score to come in before setting up in-home visits for the most part. "I haven't really heard from them (Oregon State) in a while. I think they don't want to bug me but I don't take it as bugging. But...

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