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January 10, 2008 at 6:53 PM

Boyles, Aguilar and Polk work out

Even though I’m in Los Angeles tonight for the UW-UCLA basketball game, I was able to get Chris Polk and Anthony Boyles on the phone after they had their first informal 7-on-7 workout since enrolling in school earlier this week. Devin Aguilar was also there.
Finally getting here has been especially emotional for Boyles, who admitted it bothered him greatly to sit out last fall after failing to get the needed test score, saying he was “stressed out, frustated, all kinds of bad words.”
This week, he said, has made him “just more relaxed and happy and excited. I remember the first day of (informal workouts on Wednesday) and I had all my stuff on like 30 minutes ahead of everybody else. I was pretty excited.”
Asked his initial impression of Jake Locker, Polk said “he’s got a gun” although he said he mostly worked with Ronnie Fouch, his high school teammate.
I’ll have more in a story tomorrow.

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