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Cali LB earns WSU offer, likes Cougs

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RECRUITING IS IN large part about patience and for a three-star linebacker prospect, it paid off late Wednesday night. One of the latest California prospects to pick up a Washington State offer is a 6-1, 225-pound middle linebacker with surprising sideline-to-sideline coverage. CF.C talked to him for the latest on his recruitment and his thoughts about the Cougs...

"I called Coach Ken Wilson and then I called Coach Dennis Simmons," Chandler Leniu told CF.C. "Coach Wilson told me that he talked with the rest of the staff and they were very happy to have the chance to offer me a scholarship. They had been recruiting me for a while now and I was just staying patient hoping they'd offer. "It's my first Pac-12 offer and to be honest, I was kind of shocked...

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