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Hoss with Cougar offer eyes WSU visit date

WILLIAM PRESCOTT

LONG-LIMBED guys that are rangy and athletic. That's a big part of what Paul Wulff likes in prep offensive line prospects. Hosses with good feet and the frame to get bigger are key, because it's easier to add weight and strength than athleticism. One Wulff target for 2009 who fits the bill checks in at 6-5, 272 pounds and holds a Cougar offer. WSU, he says, is recruiting him the hardest.

Washington State was also, back before the season started, first to offer William Prescott, an offensive tackle prospect out of Riverside, Calif., about an hour east of Los Angeles. "They're definitely in my top (schools), because I obviously could try to earn early playing time and that's kind of a factor," said Prescott. "One of the times I was talking to the Washington State coach...he said I...

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