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Colorado QB plans return trip to WSU

CAMERON WRIGHT

WASHINGTON STATE is grayshirting newly signed quarterback J.T. Levenseller, effectively making him part of next year's recruiting class, but Bill Doba says the Cougs won't hesitate if they can land another top-notch prep QB in 2008. One intriguing out-of-state candidate who spent three days in Pullman last year, said he plans to be back this summer for the Cougs' summer youth camp.

Cameron Wright out of Arvada, Colo., got a first hand look at Washington State last fall. "I visited Washington State over a period of three days and watched them play USC," said Wright, a 6.2, 188-pound dual-threat signal caller. "It was a great experience. Nice facilities, a fun environment, everything was great." Coach Greg Peterson is running the point for Washington State. "We've been...

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