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Trend lines aplenty in WSU hunt for RBs


JAMAL MORROW this week became the tenth known high school running back to receive a scholarship offer from Washington State, thus putting an exclamation mark on three different trend lines Mike Leach and his staff have established this recruiting cycle when it comes to prospects in the backfield.

Trend One: The hands. Cougar RB targets can't just be runners. They have to be able catch the ball. Morrow has good hands. Last season he caught 15 passes for 139 yards (a 9.27 yard average) while collecting 1,777 hashes on the ground. Trend Two: The geography. Morrow is from Heritage High in Menifee, Calif., which sits roughly an hour from both Los... Recommended Stories

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