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Cougar legacies plentiful in 2010 class

HRONISS GRASU

AN EARLY LOOK at the 2010 recruiting trail shows no shortage of WSU legacies, with Cougar kicker Nico Grasu's brother Hroniss among those leading the way as a decorated defensive end. While the Cougars haven't offered scholies to any of them at this stage, all have Washington State listed among their their top seven schools of interest.

Hroniss Grasu (6-3, 245) DE, Encino, Calif., Crespi Carmelite High A two-way starter on both offensive and defensive lines, he was a first Team All-Serra League pick as a junior and was named to the Los Angeles Daily News All-Area Team. A three sport athlete (basketball, volleyball) he's also a solid student with a 3.2 GPA and first burst onto the scene as a sophomore with 40 tackles and five...

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