Washington: Has made significant progress from a knee surgery that looked like it could end his career ... will challenge for playing time at outside linebacker behind Jeremiah Pharms ... suffered a torn knee ligament vs. Oregon State in 1998 ... missed spring drills due to the injury ... a transfer from Colorado, is only player on the UW squad who was coached by Rick Neuheisel at CU.
1999: Did not play while rehabbing his knee injury.
1998: Backup at strongside linebacker ... appeared in each of the first seven games of the season ... suffered a torn knee ligament vs. Oregon State that ended his season ... finished the year with nine tackles ... had two sacks vs. California.
High School and Personal: Named to PrepStar's list of top 100 junior college transfers for 1997 ... was a defensive end at Walla Walla Community College in 1997 as a freshman ... received three votes in the Long Beach Press Telegram's Best of the West poll in 1996 ... had 101 tackles and 11 sacks as a senior ... named the San Diego-Union Tribune's Defensive Player of the Year in addition to garnering All-CIF honors ... was named a prep All-American by Blue Chip and SuperPrep ... selected the Palomar League's Defensive Player of the Year ... tabbed as No. 10 linebacker in the nation by SuperPrep ... named to Tacoma News Tribune's "Western 100 "squad ... born on the Island of Trinidad ... originally signed a letter of intent with Colorado in 1996 ... high school coach was Craig Bell ... coached at Walla Walla by Mike Levens ... majoring in sociology.