PULLMAN--WSU responded from their most sluggish practice of fall camp with an energetic two-hour…
DAY 9 PART I - Notebook: Marks goes nuclear
When asked whether Marks has the ability to start for the Cougs as a true freshman, Mike Leach didn't beat around the bush. Marks may start for this team. "Yeah, he's played really well," Leach said. "He's had more work than a lot of guys and hasn't really fatigued much. He's a skill level ahead of some of the guys we already have." Sophomore quarterback Connor Halliday couldn't concur more, agreeing that Marks is a sight to see. "Gabe came in as one of the most polished route runners I have ever seen," Halliday said, echoing earlier thoughts from Jeff Tuel. "The sky is the limit for his potential." Marks put on an absolute clinic Friday at the z-receiver spot, beating virtually every cornerback on the roster for at least one score, all the while dropping zero balls. Marks beat senior Daniel Simmons twice for scores, juniors Damante Horton and Nolan Washington once, and he beat sophomore Tracy Clark twice as well. To top it all off, Marks finished his outstanding...
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