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Spokane's Andy Mattingly

SPOKANE'S MEAD HIGH has at least three seniors-to-be getting serious looks from Division I recruiters, and two of them -- Paul Senescall and Andy Mattingly -- say they already have a frontrunner.

Mattingly, a 6-4, 215-pound safety/receiver and Senescall, a 6-1, 215-pound fullback/linebacker each has an early leader -- Washington State. Both have camped at WSU in summers past and that's clearly made a strong impression. With the Washington State campus a little more than an hour away, the idea of playing close to home is very appealing. "I really like the coaches there," said Mattingly...

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