Posted May 31, 2013 on
PULLMAN – Washington State sophomore Darryl Monroe has the potential to become the best linebacker in the Pac-12, and fellow 'backer Tana Pritchard’s improvement puts him on a glide path to be a 2013 mainstay, Cougar inside linebackers coach Ken Wilson told Cougfan.com in a wide-ranging interview this week.
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WASHINGTON STATE running backs coach Jim Mastro dipped into his high school alma mater this week, offering a pair of touted prospects. One of those athletes is a speedy running back, who rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2013 and has turned heads with his elusiveness and his name -- Squally Canada.
SEATTLE – Close followers of Washington State recruiting know all about the in-state prospects for the 2014 class – but what about the state of Oregon? The Cougs are in contact with several prospects from the Beaver State -- including some players from an elite 7-on-7 team who have Wazzu camp plans next month.