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Cougar Football Recruiting Roundup
We begin with the quarterback position, where the Cougs are expected to bring in one for the '14 class. WSU recruiting coordinator Dave Emerick told CF.C last month said that Mike Leach is very particular in the kinds of QBs he goes after and that the staff will extend only about 5-6 offers out to QB prospects. Washington State appears to have offered two early on. One is Carlsbad, Calif. prospect Christian Chapman, who picked up his first collegiate offer from WSU over the weekend. Chapman is a 6-1, 190-pounder who completed 133-251 passes as a junior, for 1,899 yards with 18TDs against five interceptions. But he was flying somewhat under the radar until the crimson offer put him front and center. He looks to have a live arm, the ability to move a little and good decision making skills. David Cornwell...
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