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Locksley Talks D.C.

Here's an excerpt from a chat done earlier today by Illinois offensive coordinator Mike Locksley, who was asked about his connections to the Washington area.

I didn't play at Dunbar, John, but I whooped them up pretty good three times while I was at Ballou. My relationship with Coach Jefferies began when I got into coaching. Dunbar has perennially put out great players, as have all the other DCIAA schools, which I felt, once I became a coach, were underrecruited

Locksley later said that he continues to see the Maryland-Washington area as a prime recruiting area for the Illini, who have benefited from their Washington-area players helping recruit more players from the region.

By Josh Barr  | February 6, 2008; 2:01 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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