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RECRUITING: Cougs not yet done in Florida?

RODRICK RYLES

THE COUGARS CAUGHT recruiting fans by surprise during the 2011 cycle by making a decided and successful push into Florida. There are four Floridians in Paul Wulff's 2011 class, three of them -- all early high school graduates -- are already enrolled at WSU. But recruiting-wise, with Signing Day this coming Wednesday, the Cougs may not be done mining the Sunshine State..

Three-star safety Rodrick Ryles (6-1, 192) out of Orlando, Fla. is looking hard at Wazzu, he tells CF.C. A man of few words, Ryles said he enjoyed his official visit to Washington State back during the weekend of Jan. 14, particularly his conversations with assistant Chris Ball. "He's a really good coach," said Ryles. But there is stiff competition for...

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