LaTravis Washington, 6-foot-3 and 200 pounds, is being heavily recruited both as a quarterback and…
Washington sees one future, tries for another
I suppose if it was someone else, they'd be working on their reads on defense, watching film of tackling, how to evaluate what certain offensive players do, etc., so on and so forth. Yeah, sure, if you are a defensive player, that's probably what you'd be doing.LaTravis Washington, though, he's still a quarterback, and for at least one more season of football, that's what he will be. The problem is, while some schools are indeed recruiting him to play quarterback, many more are recruiting him as a safety. So, being a recruit at that position can sometimes feel a little bittersweet."I have played quarterback so long, I love it, and I really enjoy playing the position," Washington said. "But I know when you look at my body, my build and my speed, my position is probably at safety."Ok, that's one reality, but it's not the only one, at least not the one he's ready to completely settle for just yet. When Washington goes to camps or combines, he doesn't go as a safety. He goes...
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