Posted August 19, 2013 on washingtonstate.scout.com
WHEN WIDE RECEIVER Zaire Andre committed to Washington State, he said he was solid with his commitment but would still take other visits. With the season right around the corner, Andre tells CF.C he's got an official visit set up to Pullman for next month. But what about the other schools?
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