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FALL CAMP DAY 3: Youngsters making a mark

Brandon Gibson

PULLMAN -- The WSU football team strapped on the shoulder pads Tuesday for the first time this season. Injuries to Cody Boyd and Chris Jordan have coaches grimacing. Meanwhile, newcomers Brandon Gibson and Lorenzo Bursey, along with second-year offensive lineman Andy Roof, are charging hard out of the gate in the eyes of coach Bill Doba. Plus, a JC transfer took the field in crimson for the first time.

Doba lauded Brandon Gibson (6-0, 195), along with offensive lineman Andy Roof and cornerback Lorenzo Bursey, as the three most impressive players thus far in camp. Gibson, a two way star from Puyallup's Rogers High, snagged a one handed catch from coach Mike Levenseller while working with fellow receivers on out-routes during Tuesday's morning session. Doba said Gibson should play this season...

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