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Which Coug rookies might suit up in '10?

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PULLMAN -- Paul Wulff says it's far too early to publicly identify the first-year Cougars who are expected to suit up for the season opener Sept. 4 at Oklahoma State. However, the view from here is you would not be taking a huge gamble if you predicted a pair of frosh wide receivers and a running back will be in uniform at Stillwater. And they're not the only ones vying for early entrances..

Those wide receivers, Marquess Wilson and Kristoff Williams, along with running back Rickey Galvin have impressed in the fall camp's early going. OL John Fullington, (see earlier CF.C report here and several other true freshmen have also turned heads in fall camp. Others who may be ready early include… Kalafitoni Pole -- The 6-1, 291-pound defensive tackle from Union City, Calif., is...

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