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Four-star Norman has WSU high on his list

STANLEY NORMAN

IT'S STILL ABOUT two months away, but the weekend WSU hosts Cal is already looking to be a big one. Three known prospects have set up their official visits to the Palouse, including four-star cornerback Stanley Norman. The touted prospect tells CF.C there are two reasons why the Cougs are sticking out to him right now, and why he can't wait to get to Pullman later this fall.

Norman, out of Gardena, Calif., is ranked the 19th best cornerback prospect in the land according to Scout.com. At 5-10, 170-pounds, he's quite versatile as well. With his quick speed, the Cougar coaches envision him potentially making plays not only on defense. "I've been talking with the coaches for a while now and they just want me to get up there and make plays for them," Norman said...

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