Posted January 21, 2012 on washingtonstate.scout.com
MIKE LEACH HAS shuffled up the Class of 2012 commit list since arriving at Washington State but he's kept five of the offensive line prospects who were committed. One of them is San Diego-area product Eduardo Middleton, a Top 100 offensive tackle and rated three stars. A recent report out there opined he suddenly might not be Wazzu-bound. We went to the source to find out...
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