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First offer for Oregon ATH is crimson

First offer for Oregon ATH is crimson

HE SHOWS UP well on tape, that's for certain. A versatile prospect who played multiple positions on offense and defense last year in the state of Oregon, within a matter of days after sending his tape to Washington State he had his first scholarship offer. And with one of his best friends on the Cougar roster, frequent visits to Wazzu this offseason are in the cards.

It didn't take long for the Cougars to offer Will Storey (6-2, 210) out of Lake Oswego. "One of my coaches sent some highlight film out to them, then a day or two later I talked with them and they offered me a scholarship," said Storey. Storey said he plans on visiting with coach Paul Wulff, the assistants and the Cougar players more than once this summer. "I'm going to go down there for their...

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