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Yarno makes impact on in-state hoss

MATT BERNARD

WASHINGTON STATE HAS two young hosses on the roster from Gig Harbor -- center Kenny Alfred earned the starting center job his redshirt freshman season and Micah Hannam is poised to challenge for playing time this year. Meanwhile, Gig Harbor High has a trio of potential D-I offensive line prospects this recruiting class, and one of them was in Pullman this past weekend for the Cougs' Junior Day.

Matt Bernard (6-3, 295) gave the Cougs and assistant coach George Yarno high marks coming out of the weekend trip to Pullman. "It was fun, a really good time," said Bernard. "We had a barbecue, and I got to talk to the offensive line coach. He's really funny, and he seemed like a really good guy." Bernard said he liked the fact Pullman is a college town and how...

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