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WSU campers go on to scale football heights

CHARLES HARRIS & MKRISTO BRUCE

PULLMAN -- The 29th WSU high school football camp was held this past week, drawing talented prospects from across the West Coast and Canada. The event gives kids the insights, intensive instruction and detailed techniques they can't get elsewhere. Here's a sampling of former campers -- some of whom will contend for All-Pac-10 and All-America honors in 2006 -- who made a mark in recent years.

NAME: Mkristo Bruce VITALS: 6-6, 260 defensive end HIGH SCHOOL: Liberty (Renton, Wash.) HIGHLIGHTS: An All-America candidate in 2006, Bruce posted career-best numbers of 67 tackles,10 sacks, 15 tackles for loss plus two fumble recoveries his junior year, earning All-Pac-10 honors. His 15 TFL tied for first in the Pac-10, while his 10 sacks were second in the conference. This offseason he was...

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