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Cougs offer speedy Florida receiver

RAY MARTIN

WASHINGTON STATE figures to field this season an unusually strong corps of receivers but two of three starters are seniors – and the Cougs have offered a speedy playmaker out of Florida who is making tracks this spring.

The Cougs were just outside of Tampa recently at Seminole High to watch Ray Martin, a receiver and return man prospect, take part in the school's spring practice. It was his speed, Martin said, that went a long way to producing a WSU offer. "I'm about 5-11, 170 (pounds). With Washington State, it was more about my speed. And then it was also my ability to make plays, and they came down and...

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