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The Good, The Bad and The Questions: WR

GINO SIMONE

WHEN PAUL WULFF opens fall camp two weeks from Sunday, five true freshmen will be competing for turns at wideout. All that youth speaks to to the emphasis WSU put on the postion this past recruiting cycle, but it also belies the level of experience the Cougars return on the flanks this season. In CF.C's ongoing series leading to the start of camp Aug. 8, we today analyze the receiver position.

The Cougars, while full of fresh faces at receiver, also return their top four pass-catchers from last season. Collectively, Jared Karstetter, Gino Simone, Jeffrey Solomon and Daniel Blackledge accounted for 156 receptions, 9 TDs and 1,380 yards. The Good Karstetter, who will be a junior this season, played with more and more confidence as his sophomore campaign went along. He won nearly every...

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