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Future Cougar gives Pullman trip high marks

Future Cougar gives Pullman trip high marks

HE'S BEEN GOING to Cougar games in Pullman since he was a kid. His parents have talked about the crimson and gray for as long as he can remember. He was there in November when Kevin Lopina, Louis Bland, Jared Karstetter and Nico Grasu made the Apple Cup one to remember. He has talked at length with WSU coaches. And yet, his trip to Pullman last weekend for a Junior Day gathering knocked him out.

From talking football with his future position coach to spending time with the other recruits who were in town, Aaron Dunn scored his unofficial visit to WSU a 10 out of 10. "I had an unbelievable trip," said the 6-6 1/2, 235-pound tight end from Spokane's Mead High. "It was awesome." Among the highlights: sitting down with WSU tight ends...

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