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Sought DL/OL is high on WSU family feel

STEPHAN NEMBOT

STEPHAN NEMBOT IS a line prospect and WSU target with a high ceiling. He hasn't been playing football long but he's a natural, having already landed offers from six Pac-10 schools and more could be on the way. A mountainous lineman out of Van Nuys, Calif., he was in Pullman this month for Paul Wulff's summer youth camp, and says Washington State has struck a chord with him.

Nembot out of Montclair Prep is rated three stars and the No. 63 DE nationally by Scout.com, although he appears likely to jump up in those rankings in the future given the high recruiting interest he's received. He isn't close to a verbal commitment, but says WSU has most certainly turned his head. "They really act like a family, like my school," said Nembot. "At Montclair, everybody knows...

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