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BREAKING: Cougs land massive 3-star OT

BACK IN JUNE AT WSU CAMP

HE HASN'T EVEN begun his senior year of high school and he already checks in at 6-foot-7, 311 pounds. He camped at Wazzu back in June and things went swimmingly, with the Cougs jumping to the top of his leaderboard. Late Thursday, the three-star offensive tackle prospect went crimson over six other offering schools.

Braden Eggert out of Napa, Calif. has become yet another WSU camper who later pledged crimson. "I committed," Eggert told CF.C. "I visited other schools, but I liked Washington State the best." Eggert held offers from Oregon State, Boise State, Nevada, Fresno State, San Diego State and Northern Colorado. His prep coach told CF.C's Braulio Perez earlier this spring that as good a junior...

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