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Visiting California OL leaves WSU blown away

NOAH MYERS

GOING INTO HIS WSU unofficial visit, offensive lineman Noah Myers had a lot of questions on his mind. After a Friday trip to the Palouse, the 6-5, 315-pounder tells CF.C those questions were answered.

ALTHOUGH MYERS DIDN’T commit to Washington State over the weekend, Myers did say the visit did play a big role on this recruitment. “The coaches at WSU have told me how much they like my style of play and how they want me to bring my nastiness to the program,” said Myers, who is pictured above with o-line coach Clay McGuire and running backs coach Jim Mastro. “I came into my trip with an open...

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