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COUGAR RECRUITING: 2014 position needs

COUGAR RECRUITING: 2014 position needs

HOW MANY wide receivers do the Cougs figure to sign next February for their Air Raid offense? The number may surprise you. When CF.C asked Dave Emerick on Friday at the Cougar football celebration in Seattle, the Washington State recruiting coordinator and chief of staff broke down every position as the Cougars start crafting their 2014 recruiting class.

The Cougs are looking at a class of 20 for next February. But it's early in the process, so before it's all said and done that number could still climb to the annual maximum of 25, Emerick said. In fact, a year ago at this time Emerick had penciled in a class for 2013 of 18 to 20 but when LOI day arrived it was nearly a full boat. If the 2014 number does indeed stay at 20, here's how things... Recommended Stories

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