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Wilson's prep coach: WR could lose millions

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THE HIGH SCHOOL COACH of suspended Washington State football star Marquess Wilson said he hopes the junior rejoins the Cougars this season, but fears he may turn pro. "If he decides to go pro this year, it's going to cost him millions of dollars," Tulare (Calif.) Union coach Darren Bennett said in a telephone interview with CF.C on Wednesday.

"I mean, he could have gone from a first-round pick all the way down to a fourth- or fifth-round pick. You never know the kind of red flags that go up," said Bennett. Bennett was referring to the fact that Marquess Wilson walked out of a grueling team conditioning session Sunday night. Bennett also said he believes Wilson needs to gain weight and strength before turning pro. "I think that...

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