Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson, left, speaks to reporters following a news conference in Seattle. At right, UCLA linebacker Myles Jack walks along the sideline during a college football game against Texas in Arlington, Texas. Thompson and Jack are two of the nation’s top two-way players.
Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson, left, speaks to reporters following a news conference in Seattle. At right, UCLA linebacker Myles Jack walks along the sideline during a college football game against Texas in Arlington, Texas. Thompson and Jack are two of the nation’s top two-way players. AP
Washington linebacker Shaq Thompson, left, speaks to reporters following a news conference in Seattle. At right, UCLA linebacker Myles Jack walks along the sideline during a college football game against Texas in Arlington, Texas. Thompson and Jack are two of the nation’s top two-way players. AP
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Hometown Report: Former Grant star Shaq Thompson leaves Washington for NFL draft

January 05, 2015 08:27 PM

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