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What can Brown do for WSU?

GREG BROWN

CORNERBACK DOESN'T look to be as high a priority, numbers-wise, for the 2008 class as it was last year, with the Cougs having inked a quintet of CBs. At the same time, good corners are always in demand, and hard to find. One in the crimson orbit with a Cougar offer hails from Cedar Hills, Texas, about 20 minutes out of Dallas. Two junior campaign video reels show why he's caught the Cougs' eye.

Several prep corners out of Texas are rated higher by Scout.com than Greg Brown. Few, however, can match his 14 offers, one of which is from Washington State. Recruiting has slowed down everywhere with most college coaches on vacation in July. although he said he's been in contact with a few schools. WSU recruiting coordinator Greg Peterson is running the point for the Cougs. "He's a good guy...

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