University of Washington

April 24, 2015 5:07 PM

Elijah Qualls’ path to Washington paved with hard work, community support

Qualls is a likely starter this season as a third-year sophomore nose tackle for the Washington Huskies, who conclude their spring practice schedule on Saturday afternoon with their annual “spring preview” at Husky Stadium (noon, Pac-12 Networks).

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