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Desert safety talks offer, Cougs with Wulff

SAFETY IN SEARCH of early playing time

THE STATE OF Arizona has been producing increasing numbers of D-IA players the past few years and the Cougs are offering more prospects from the Grand Canyon State under Paul Wulff. One 'Zona prospect says the ability to earn early playing time will be big to his decision. That, he says, was one of a few different subjects he and WSU head man Paul Wulff talked about after WSU made him an offer.

Devon Carrington (6.0, 183, 4.52) out of Chandler's Hamilton High a) covers a lot of ground from his safety position and b) has very good cover skills. He also hits big. That has resulted in double-digit offers, including several from the Pac-10 and his latest comes from Washington State. "I just talked to coach Wulff. He was talking about how the program has been down the past couple years but...

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