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Texas ATH could be one to watch for Cougs

Texas ATH could be one to watch for Cougs

MIKE LEACH HAS made a concerted effort to develop a recruiting pipeline in the state of Texas and the class of 2014 offers a prospective athlete with quick feet and bullheaded approach to the game.

He's awaiting his first offer, but Richardson, Texas prospect Kendrick Igbinoba (6-2, 220) hopes Washington State will put a full ride on the table in the coming months. "I like how he coached at Texas Tech," Igbinoba said of Mike Leach. "I was more of a Texas guy myself, but I watched every single Tech game." Igbinoba is being recruited as an athlete for the class of 2014, and believes he can...

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