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Top California line prospect likes the Cougs

HAYWORTH HICKS

THE WASHINGTON STATE OFFENSIVE LINE is showing the value of versatility, with several members rotating in multiple spots so far for the 3-1 Cougars. But no WSU lineman has yet lined up at fullback, which is where 6-3, 323-pound prep prospect Hayworth Hicks found himself recently. Hicks, who could play OL or DL in college, says he's high on Wazzu.

Washington State is among the schools regularly calling the athletic lineman out of Palmdale, Calif., since Sept. 1, the date schools could first place phone calls to prospective recruits. The Cougars are at the top of Hicks' list, with d-line coach Mike Walker forging a tight relationship with Hicks since early February. Most schools like Hicks on offense, but Washington State is talking to him...

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