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Wideout, says Wulff, a key focus this spring

KRISTOFF WILLIAMS

AT FIRST GLANCE, it seems that wide receiver is a position that won't hold a lot of intrigue for Washington State when spring ball commences in early March. After all, the returning corps includes honorable mention all-Pac-10 pick Jared Karstetter, Freshman All-American Marquess Wilson, sure-handed Gino Simone, and promising Isiah Barton. But looks can be deceiving, says head coach Paul Wulff.

That's because his Big Four returnees are being joined this spring by five – yes, 5, talented rookies. Three are coming off redshirt freshmen seasons (Kristoff Williams, Bobby Ratliff and Blair Bomber) and two are members of the 2011 recruiting class (Henry Eaddy and Isiah Myers). Eaddy and Meyers are the dynamic duo from Olympia High in Orlando, Fla. Both graduated early and begin classes at...

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