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Wulff bringing in eclectic group of walk-ons

JACK GALA

ONE IS A stout center who might first earn his way onto the field as a long snapper. Another was headed to a Pac-10 foe a few years back before going the JC route. One other declined a scholarship offer elsewhere in order to attend Washington State. These are just three of the known invited walk-ons who look to take the field when the Cougars open their first fall camp under Paul Wulff on Aug. 5.

Kevin Farmer, C/LS, Aptos, CA, (6-2, 285) Farmer spent the last month-plus in Pullman but like most walk-ons, is waiting for paperwork to clear and did not enroll in summer classes. Farmer was named first team Santa Cruz Coast League as a senior for his work on the offensive line but he also has strong long snapping skills -- he could first earn his way onto the field at Washington State there...

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