SPOKANE'S CODY SORENSEN, the hard-hitting defensive back from Ferris and the son of former WSU All…
Holy cow! This Palouse product no Average Joe
As a senior in 2010, McNannay was named first-team Associated Press Class 2B All-State at three -- yes, 3 -- positions: running back, kicker and punter. He also was a standout on defense. Two years running he helped lead Colfax to a runner-up finish in the state Class 2B playoffs. McNannay is no ordinary kid -- or athlete -- from farm country, though. He has a cannon for a leg. He's got easy 50-yard range on field goals and booted a punt 74 yards this past season. He has been tutored by southern California kicking guru Chris Sailer, who says, "Tyler is a very talented kicker. He has a great leg and can hit a tremendous ball. FGs are outstanding. Tons of potential here. As his kickoffs and overall consistency continue to improve, he could end up ranked near the very top of his class. Nice prospect." McNannay is also a standout performer in basketball and baseball. But to get a true understanding of why Paul Wulff wants him in crimson, the power of video and YouTube speaks volumes. Take a look below and you'll know why the kid from Colfax might look good in crimson .... McNannay Video Highlight 1 McNannay Video Highlight 2 McNannay Video Highlight 3 Later today, CF.C will have a run down on other invited walk on who tripped to Pullman this past weekend.
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