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Bone's two newest verbals are fast friends

BOESE AND LONGRUS

RICHARD LONGRUS, a versatile forward, thought he'd wait a while longer and take at least one more official visit before making his pledge. And then, like a lightbulb switching on, he knew he was crimson. Meanwhile, in Spokane, sharpshooting Shadle Park forward Brett Boese knew pretty much Sunday night that he was going to be a Coug.

Both players verbally committed to Ken Bone this week and are expected to ink letters of intent with WSU during the early signing period that opens in two weeks. They join a recruiting class that already included center Richard Peters. "We had a great visit together at Washington State, we had a lot in common," said Boese of Longrus. The two had official visits in Pullman this past weekend. "I...

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