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BREAKING: Three-star LB goes crimson

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WASHINGTON STATE linebackers coach Ken Wilson hasn't been at WSU long, but he's already made a big impact. Three-star linebacker prospect Greg Hoyd out of Vista Murrieta High tells CF.C that Wilson was a major factor in his decision to commit to the Cougs on Monday.

Hoyd, out of Vista Murrieta, Calif., is a Coug. Hoyd, a 6-2, 200-pounder is ranked the 39th outside linebacker in the land by Scout.com. With countless colleges calling his phone, one thing stood out about Washington State, he says. "It was just the relationship I built with the coaches and how great they've been through my recruitment process," Hoyd said moments ago. "They've been...

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