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The latest on Alabama prep NT and the Cougs

The latest on Alabama prep NT and the Cougs

WASHINGTON STATE doesn't often fly across the country to make December in-home visits on prep prospects from Alabama. But exceptions are made when it's a highly sought prep nose tackle who tripped to Pullman recently. What's the latest on his recruitment and how do the Cougars figure into the mix?

Rod Crayton out of Dadeville, Alabama is one of the most highly touted prep defensive linemen from the South. The 6-1, 305-pound nose tackle prospect took an official visit to Washington State on Oct. 12 and still thinks about the experience he had with the Cougar coaches and players. "The atmosphere of the town was just great," Crayton said. "They're like a family out there in Pullman...

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