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Class of 2005 planning early arrivals

Greg Trent

THE LINEBACKER BUILT LIKE ZEUS heads to WSU next month. At cornerback, the incoming Cougar who is always early plans a July 15 arrival. Another defensive back, regarded by many as Orange County's top prep football player last season, also reports for duty in July. The 2005 class can be characterized in many ways but one of the more apt is early, and ahead of schedule. Among several Cougs arriving well before fall camp -- three defensive standouts.

Linebacker Greg Trent (5-11, 225, 4.5) told Cougfan.com he plans to arrive in Pullman around the middle of July to begin his collegiate career at Washington State. The first practice of fall camp is August 7. This weekend, Trent will be in Wichita Falls, Tex., to participate in the 68th annual Oil Bowl held on June 18. The contest at Memorial Stadium pits graduating high school all-stars from...

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