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Wenatchee linebacking duo will walk-on at WSU

Wenatchee linebacking duo will walk-on at WSU

WASHINGTON STATE has gone to the apple capital of the world to fortify its linebacking corps. The Cougars have just landed two preferred walk ons from Wenatchee. They're brothers who moonlight on offense -- one is a record-setting All-State back, the other a strapping receiver -- but whose real passion is cracking helmets on defense.

Jacob Sealby and Lucas Sealby will arrive at Washington State as preferred walk-ons later this summer, their father tells Cougfan.com. Robert Sealby said he expects his sons to be perfect fits at Washington State. "They're both extremely hard workers, they're both very physical athletes and they're both very fast. Jacob was the state 400 meter champion this past...

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