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Walk on QB from D.C. to join Cougs

PREFERRED WALK ON QB FROM NATION'S CAPITOL

WASHINGTON STATE IS going to the "other" Washington to add to its list of preferred walk ons. A quarterback from the nation's capital, after an eye-opening unofficial visit to the Palouse this past month, tells CF.C he will be enrolling in summer classes at Washington State and joining the Cougar football program in mid-June.

Gonzaga College High quarterback Connor Ennis (6-1, 170) was all set to be a Miami Hurricane. He was recruited to Coral Gables as a preferred walk-on and had developed a strong bond with their coaching staff. Then along came Washington State. The Cougs asked he and his family to take a trip to Pullman in early April for a visit. The rest was history -- Ennis saw all he needed to see. "We...

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