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LB prospect takes last trip, gets clarity

LB prospect takes last trip, gets clarity

LINEBACKER JOSEPH EASTER, who was a soft verbal commit to Washington State, took his final recruiting trip this past weekend, to Nevada, and came back with clarity on where he wants to play college ball. But he says his mom, who traveled with him to Nevada this weekend, is still on the fence.

"I'm solid on Washington State," Easter told CF.C on Sunday. "But my mom is thinking a little about Nevada because it's closer to home and she liked the visit a lot." Easter (6-1.5, 240, 4.49) hails from St. John Bosco High in Bellflower, Calif., about 20 minutes outside of Los...

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