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Doba: Class of 2006 not yet complete

Derrell Hutsona

COACH BILL DOBA gushed Wednesday about the bevy of talented skill-position players WSU picked up this recruiting campaign. But just because LOI Day has come and gone, don't think Doba and his staff are done with recruiting. Far from it, in fact. The Cougars may be reeling in a handful more athletes -- primarily on defense -- between now and August, the head man told reporters in a brief visit.

"I think we strengthened ourselves at receiver with some kids that we signed," said Doba. "I think we helped ourselves in the secondary. Those were two major concerns. We're going to continue to recruit, we still have some spaces open." The Cougs, with 23 players in this class at day's end, could have signed as many as 27 -- 25 counting toward this class and two who already are enrolled counting...

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