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Recruiting 2011: Some in-staters to watch

RAHMEL DOCKERY

THE INK IS barely dry on the 2010 Letters of Intent but recruiting waits for no man. Indeed, Washington State already has double-digit offers out there for the 2011 class. Here's a snapshot look at 14 intriguing seniors-to-be in the Evergreen State worth paying attention to in the coming months.

These guys could be among the most talked about local players when Signing Day rolls around a year from now. Put emphasis in the word could in that last sentence. There are many factors that shape a recruiting outlook, not just potential or raw talent. Grades, attitude, injuries, work ethic, summer-camp performances, senior year progress -- all of it goes into the mix. And just to avoid any...

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