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California defenseman in crimson orbit

California defenseman in crimson orbit

ONE RECRUITING SELLING point for Washington State football coaches is the strength and conditioning program. Indeed, Rob Oviatt, the school's director of physical development, is one of only three active strength coaches in the USA Strength & Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame. That's a fact not lost on one Cougar recruiting target who recently received a WSU offer.

Lester White, a 6-1.5, 205-pounder with a 4.48 time in the 40 who hails from Riverside, Calif., says he's been made aware of Oviatt from the WSU staff recruiting him. "He's one of the best in the nation and is in the hall of fame...Depth on the depth chart...

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