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An inside look at future Coug o-lineman

MEYER, (NO. 78), IS NO STRANGER TO STATE TITLES

PLAYING UP IN the Northwest corner of the state in Lynden, he arguably hasn't seen as much press as other three-star offensive line prospects. But future Cougar o-lineman Matt Meyer is one to watch. The 6-6, 290-pound prep left tackle was in Pullman recently for an official visit and he tells CF.C it was a good preview of what's to come over the next 4-5 years.

Matt Meyer, ranked No. 71 in the land as an offensive tackle prospect, took his official visit to Pullman last week. The Whatcom County product, who also tripped to Wazzu over the summer for a junior camp event, said the official visit experience at WSU was exactly what he was hoping to see. "The visit went really good," Meyer said. "I was able to meet a lot of the guys on the team and I also...

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