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BREAKING: Cougs land three-star WR

BREAKING: Cougs land three-star WR

HE'S A 3-STAR wide receiver who has long been recruited by the Washington State staff. At 6-0, 170-pounds, with great speed and quickness, he also picked up offers from several schools this recruiting cycle. On Tuesday morning, however, the Inglewood, Calif. product decided to close his recruitment and pulled the trigger on going crimson.

Zaire Andre, out of Inglewood, Calif., is a Coug. Andre chose the Cougars over offers from Nebraska, Houston, Nevada and San Jose State. "I just feel really comfortable with the coaching staff and that's a big reason why I committed," Andre said. "I had been talking with Coach Dennis Simmons, David Yost and Mike Leach and they made me realize how well I can fit into WSU's offense. They throw...

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