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A closer look at in-state recruiting

CODY FULLERTON

ALL OF THE groups boasted talent at this year's Nike NEFC, but which one was the best over the weekend? Scout.com takes a look at the position groups and more..

In many ways, the turnout at the camp mirrored the talent that is found in the Northwest. For example, the camp featured only one major college wide receiver prospect in Trent Sewell. A fact that shouldn't be surprising, considering the in-state 2012 wide receiver class is extremely shallow. For most position groups this principle held true, the one exception was the defensive line. While the...

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