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Staring up at WSU cornerback recruiting

MARKELL SANDERS

WHEN IT COMES to cornerbacks, Washington State defensive coordinator and secondary coach Mike Breske clearly is looking for something very specific. Indeed, of the 16 known WSU offers made to corners in the 2013 class, 11 of them have one particular characteristic. The latest to earn a full ride to Wazzu, also a burner on the track, has it as well.

Breske likes tall corners. Of the 16 known corners who have been offered full rides by Washington State in this recruiting cycle, a dozen of them are listed at 6-foot or taller. The latest known CB offer came recently when the Cougs put a full ride on the table to Walter Jones, a 6-1, 173-pounder out of Redlands, Calif. Jones is also a burner, with personal bests of 10.67 in the 100 meters, 2...

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