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Simmons hits on Wilson's NFL readiness

PULLMAN -- It is a frequent discussion among Washington State fans on the CF.C message boards. Marquess Wilson features prototypical size and speed for an NFL wide receiver. Now it becomes a matter whether Wilson is prepared for the game's highest level. Outside receivers coach Dennis Simmons sheds some light.

WSU faithful had a similar discussion seven years ago when Jason Hill was in pursuit of several school records. Hill elected to return for his senior season in 2006 and was a third-round selection the following April by the San Francisco 49ers. Hill, who was the 76th pick of that draft, was selected higher than any receiver in program history. The last Cougars' wide receiver to bypass his senior...

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