Entrance Exam: Washington
Adolphus Washington committed to Ohio State when it didn't have a coach
Updated: August 21, 2012, 12:28 PM ETBy Brad Bournival | BuckeyeNation
Entrance Exam is a series at BuckeyeNation where we chat with incoming freshmen in Ohio State athletics. A Parade Magazine and U.S. Army All-American, Adolphus Washington has been committed to the Buckeyes since November.
The Ohio State freshman out of Cincinnati Taft High School was named the Associated Press Division III co-Defensive Player of the Year after recording 90 tackles, 23½ sacks and forcing three fumbles as a senior. His junior season was just as outstanding, when he led Taft to its first playoff appearance in school history. That season, the 6-foot-3, 289-pound Washington registered 107 tackles and 19 sacks.
Jared Shanker/ESPN.comCincinnati Taft had two big-time signees in Dwayne Stanford (Oregon) and Adolphus Washington (Ohio State).
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