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New Coug wideouts might be on different paths

MARKS, left, and LEWIS

IN A WIDE-RANGING telephone interview Sunday after their Cougfan.com photo shoot at the Rose Bowl, heralded incoming Washington State receivers Gabriel Marks and Robert Lewis weighed in on how they've been preparing themselves for the world of Pac-12 football and where they see themselves fitting in at WSU this fall. For one of these future Cougs, enrollment may have to wait until January.

"I'm still waiting on the coaches because they told me I might grayshirt," said Lewis when asked about his timetable for arriving in Pullman. The three-star prospect out of South Gate, Calif., said he tips the scales at a feathery 152 pounds. Delaying enrollment until January would allow him to bulk up without starting the clock on his eligibility. However, the progress he's made in the weight...

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