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Cougs making LBs a 2014 recruiting priority

OVER ON THE defensive side of the ball, the secondary is a position of recruiting importance but Washington State has also made it clear the linebacker spot will be a point of emphasis for 2014. The Cougs have already offered 11 LB prospects, more than any other position thus far. The most recent went to a formerly under the radar Cali prospect who is starting to make a recruiting splash.

Carlsbad High outside linebacker Jordan Perez (no relation) had a season to remember in 2012. The three-star prospect recorded 64 tackles and seven sacks on defense, while adding 16 receptions for 384 yards and four touchdowns at tight end for the Lancers. Perez's versatility allowed him to play LB, TE, full back, receiver and safety, which caught the attention of the Washington State coaches, who...

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