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Salt Lake RB breaks bread with WSU

2008 NUMBERS: 1,916 yards and 32 touchdowns

SEVEN WASHINGTON STATE assistant coaches have been on the recruiting trail since the in-home visit period began this week. One prospect who broke bread with a Wazzu coach, a prolific prep running back who rushed for nearly 2,000 hashes this season -- and he's high on the Cougars.

RB Isi Sofele, (5-7, 175)   Cottonwood High; Salt Lake City, UT Who, what, when on WSU in-home visit: "Washington State, Jody Sears, came by (Tuesday). It went pretty good -- we sat down and had dinner with him, we fed him a little bit," said Sofele. More detail: "He stayed over for probably an hour and a half. We talked about Wazzu and (academics), how many athletes graduate from Wazzu and...

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