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VERBAL: Cougs add another touted WR to class

LEACH AND BARRY WARE DURING HIS OFFICIAL VISIT

SINCE HIS OFFICIAL VISIT to Washington State on Jan. 17, there had been much speculation as to whether or not wide receiver Barry Ware would commit to the Cougs. On Sunday evening, however, the three-star WR put the chatter to rest and announced that he'll suit up for Mike Leach and WSU's Air Raid offense next season.

Corona, Calif. three-star WR Barry Ware is a Coug. "I am officially committed to Washington state WAZZZZZUUUU BLESSED," Ware announced on his twitter account moments ago. The 6-3, 205-pounder committed to Washington State over offers from Fresno State (tripped there this weekend) and Utah, and was one time committed to UCLA before opening up his recruitment in December. THE FUTURE COUG...

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