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BREAKING NEWS: L.A. SACKMASTER GOES CRIMSON

BREAKING NEWS: L.A. SACKMASTER GOES CRIMSON

EVERY YEAR PROSPECTS suddenly emerge at the tail end of the recruiting process. One this year was Los Angeles area defensive end Preston Brooks out of Dorsey High, the same school that produced a January surprise for the Cougar Nation last season in the form of Courtney Williams, a close friend of Brooks. The 6-2 ½, 235-pounder who held six offers tripped to WSU this weekend, knew Washington State was the place for him.

Brooks gave the thumbs up to Cougar coaches Kelly Skipper and Robb Akey this weekend. "Coach Skipper was very happy," said Brooks. "They had been trying for (awhile) to get me...Coach Akey was surprised, I think he knew I was going to commit but I don't think he knew I was going to commit this early." Skipper over the...

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