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Cali DE 'loved it' at Washington State

Cali DE 'loved it' at Washington State

A 6-3, 230 pound defensive end, he comes from the same high school as Cougar QB Jeff Tuel. A three-star prospect, he's racked up 120 tackles and 19 sacks the past two seasons, and his senior year totals are on pace for career highs. He was out on the Palouse this weekend, here's how he said things went..

"It went great," said Fresno's Donavon Lewis. "Washington State is just in a town where everybody is so (supportive) of the football program and where everybody knows everybody. And if they don't know you, then they bring you in and treat you like part of their family -- that's what I liked most." Lewis, who preps at Clovis West High, said one thing he wanted to see this weekend was if the...

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