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NOAH MYERS

WHEN OFFENSIVE LINEMAN Noah Myers landed his offer from WSU last week, he knew it would make a big impact on his recruitment. It was his first Pac-12 offer, something he had been dreaming of for years. CF.C spoke with him about Washington State, his recruitment and more.

Holding offers from Montana and Weber State heading into last week, Myers, out of Walnut Creek, Calif., felt like his first Pac-12 offer could be coming soon. He had been speaking with WSU and area recruiter Jim Mastro for the past two months and was patiently waiting for that offer to arrive. Last Wednesday, it did. "I spoke with Coach Jim Mastro on the phone and he offered me," Myers said...

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