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UPDATED: Kent lands 5-10 PG for '14

UPDATED: Kent lands 5-10 PG for '14

WASHINGTON STATE and coach Ernie Kent have been actively recruiting point guards this recruiting cycle and they just landed a 5-10 athlete from San Francisco. CF.C spoke with the newest Coug, who averaged 22 points per game this season, and he said he can't wait to bring his style of play to Pullman and suit up for WSU and Kent.

Trevor Dunbar, out of St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco, is a Coug. "I just committed to Washington State," Dunbar told CF.C moments ago. "I've been talking with the coaches for the last few weeks and I know it's a great fit for me. "Coach Kent develops point guards and his offense is really appealing. I'm excited to be a Cougar." The 5-10, 180-pound lefty chose WSU over offers...

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