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Questions still remain as Signing Day looms

3-STAR OL GRADY MAXWELL

IF FOOTBALL LETTERS OF intent were signed today, Washington State's newest group of recruits would look like a prototype of the classes assembled over the years by Mike Price and Bill Doba. In other words, roughly one-third JC transfers; lots of prepsters from Washington and California; some holdovers from the previous class; and a heavy dose of athletic tight end/defensive end/linebacker types who could fill any number of roles.

LOIs will start rolling in on the fax machine at the crack of dawn next Wednesday (Feb. 1). So until then, anything can change. But as it stands now, the Cougars' new class is projected to consist of 24 or 25 athletes –- most of whom have verbally committed to WSU or, in the case of two JC transfers, already enrolled in classes. Surprises always seem to pop up at the 11th hour -- as the Michael...

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