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DL PROSPECT OUT OF OREGON IS ONE TO WATCH

NOT ALL THE junior day participants at Wazzu this past weekend were from the Evergreen State. One of the visitors from Oregon is an intriguing defensive lineman who thinks after this weekend he may be on track to earn a crimson scholie offer.

The Cougs played host to Lake Oswego product Marqueese Royster over the weekend. The 6-1, 250 pound defensive lineman had positive things to say about his trip to the Palouse. "It was great," Royster said. "I loved it. We got to tour the facilities and saw what they were going to look like once they are done...

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