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Former D-POY also among WSU's early walk-ons

JORDAN SIMONE

THE EARLY SUMMER ARRIVAL of preferred walk-ons at Washington State now numbers a half dozen. Joining the Wazzu football program this month -- a defensive back voted his league's Defensive Player of the Year by the Seattle Times this past season.

Skyline's Jordan Simone, (6-1, 185), has begun classes and participating in voluntary offseason workouts with the Cougs and his older brother, WSU wide receiver Gino Simone. "Most guys (who receive college offers) have explosive junior years. For Jordan, that was his senior year. He just broke out a little later. You see film of him or watch him play in person and there is no doubt he can play...

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