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Cali hoss gives WSU trip a big thumbs up

WILLIAM PRESCOTT

PAUL WULFF, A lauded four year starter himself on the offensive line during his Cougar playing days, looks for o-line prospects who are long of limb, with athleticism and good feet, and who have room to pack on beef. One hoss with a WSU offer who fits the description was out on the Palouse this weekend on his official, and mom came along. Here's his view of his all things crimson official trip.

OT William Prescott (6-5, 277)   (Martin Luther High, Riverside Calif.) Gut reaction: "It was great, I really liked the whole atmosphere up there. It was a really great trip, I was really impressed," said Prescott. Expectations: "It exceeded my expectations -- especially during the game. Because even though they lost, I definitely saw some good things and they're definitely going in the right...

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