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Luther Carr
Luther Carr

Position:
Graduate Assistant Offensive Coaches

Luther Carr, III joins the Washington staff for the 2002 season as the graduate assistant coach for the Husky offensive coaches. Carr, 31, comes to Washington after serving as the head coach at Seattle's Garfield High School from 1998-2001. A native of Seattle and a Garfield graduate, Carr attended college at Eastern Washington where he was a wide receiver for the Eagles. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in education and a minor in black education in 1995. Carr began his coaching career on the prep level, working as an assistant at Lewis and Clark High School in Spokane and Pasco High School before directing the program at Garfield. Carr's name is a familar one to Husky fans. His father, Luther II, was a three-year letterwinner from 1956-58. He led the team in rushing as a sophomore with 469 yards and five touchdowns. As a senior he led the team in receiving, punt returns and kickoff returns. Carr's uncles, Gary and Dave, also lettered in athletics at Washington. Gary earned two letters in 1964 and 1965 as a defensive back for the Huskies. Dave lettered from 1966-68 for the UW basketball team, leading the Huskies in scoring as a senior with a 20.0 points-per-game average.

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