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March 19, 2008 at 3:18 PM

Mangum expected for spring, Richardson to CB

A couple quick notes to pass along as UW has prepared an official roster for spring practice, which begins April 3.
Kurt Mangum, a linebacker from Chander, Ariz., is listed on the roster as he is expected to enroll in time for the beginning of spring drills. He signed with UW in February. He will be one of two members of the Class of 2008 to participate in the spring — Chris Polk, who is already enrolled, is the other.
— Speaking of Polk, he is listed as an RB/WR, indicating he will get some use at both positions.
— As has been noted elsewhere, Quinton Richardson is now playing cornerback and is officially listed at that position on the roster.
— There are no other position changes, though that doesn’t mean things may not still change at some point for some players. But for now, all other players are listed at their usual spots.
— There are 83 players on the roster, 19 walk-ons.

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