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Portland OT high on Cougs, WSU staff

Portland OT high on Cougs, WSU staff

THE BULK OF the remaining slots in Mike Leach's 2013 recruiting class are projected to be filled by the big guys in the trenches. One Cougar o-line target is a hulking tackle from Portland who earned his Washington State offer on the field in Pullman.

Mike Leach likes big, athletic tackles who can excel on a wide-split offensive line. He and the WSU staff obviously liked what they saw during a June camp event from Max Rich (6-6 ½, 315) out of Jesuit High. "It was great up there. I called them after the camp and they...

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