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Wulff after dynamic WR, says prep coach

Wulff after dynamic WR, says prep coach

WASHINGTON STATE is in the hunt for a tall, rangy wide receiver out of Northern California and his prep coach says has the potential to become a national-type recruit. The Cougs are one of seven schools to put an early scholie on the table and the prep coach goes on to name Wazzu as one of those recruiting the hardest for the 6-foot-3 playmaker.

Diante Jackson out of Walnut Creek, Calif., holds seven offers including one from Washington State. The Cougs are one the schools showing him the most recruiting love, says his coach. "I would say the Pac-10 schools are doing a pretty good job of recruiting him -- I would say Washington State, Oregon and Arizona State have done a great job with him," said Doug Longero, head man at Las Lomas...

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