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Fleet WR to walk on, connects with Yost

Fleet WR to walk on, connects with Yost

SPEED, SPEED, SPEED. It seems as though Mike Leach and newly hired inside receivers coach David Yost can't add enough of it to the crimson fold. The Cougs will be bringing in more of it as a local speedster is headed to WSU as a preferred walk-on.

John Thompson (5-9, 185) out of Bethel High in Spanaway will join the Cougars later this year in Pullman. "They said all their spots were full, but they sure wanted me," Thompson said. "I'm a Coug." Thompson was offered a preferred walk-on spot with Washington State as a slot...

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