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RECRUITING: WSU remains tied at the top for So'oto

<b><i>Four-star TE prospect Vic So'oto

TAKING PART in the raucous celebration inside Martin Stadium this Apple Cup weekend was <b>Vic So'oto</b>. Cougfan.com talks to the highly rated tight end about his official visit to Washington State, where the Cougs stand and what's next for him in the recruiting process.

Vic So'oto, the No. 1 tight end in the West (No. 11 overall), did not verbally commit to the Cougs this Apple Cup weekend but he thoroughly enjoyed his visit to Washington State. So much so, that when the final seconds ticked off the clock in the Cougars' victory over the Huskies, So'oto and fellow recruit Fevaea'i Ahmu took to the field to celebrate. "We got lost," laughed So'oto of the massive...

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