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Cougs making a point with California beef

ROBERT ASH

PAUL WULFF HAS shown a proclivity for recruiting defensive end/left tackle/tight end types. This early stage of the 2011 talent wars is illustrating again how serious he is about landing those big-framed, athletic kids with the potential to play multiple positions. Washington State has been the first Pac-10 school to offer scholies to a host California prep seniors-to-be who fit the Wulff profile.

Among them, the most intriguing is perhaps 245-pound Stephan Nembot of Montclair Prep in Van Nuys. He's intriguing for three reasons: He hails from the west-central African republic of Cameroon; he came to the U.S. to play basketball; and he stands 6-foot-8. Washington State was the first school of any kind to offer the big defensive end. "... the head coach Paul Wulff came by during the winter...

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