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6-10 Canadian turns heads at WSU camp

TRISTAN ETIENNE

TWO THINGS APPEAR certain when it comes to Tristan Etienne, the 6-10 power forward from British Columbia who picked up a scholarship offer from Washington State the other day. One, the rising senior from Abbotsford isn't fying under the radar anymore. And two, if he follows the advice of his AAU coach he'll be making his college choice very soon.

Etienne picked up a Cougar offer after an impressive performance at WSU's Elite Camp a week ago. Pasha Bains, a former Clemson player who coaches Etienne's DRIVE club team, said WSU had being looking at the 215-pound honor student with increasing interest and then went full in after a stellar camp performance. "He went up there (to WSU) so he could see them in person and from everything I heard...

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