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BREAKING: Big, 6-3, 220-pound WR goes crimson

BREAKING: Big, 6-3, 220-pound WR goes crimson

HE'S AN uber-physical wide receiver from the JC ranks and his recruitment has skyrocketed this season after blowing up for 15 touchdowns through eight games. But the 6-3, 220-pound playmaker loves the direction the Cougar program is headed and tells CF.C he committed to Washington State on Thursday night.

Sierra College wide receiver Vince Mayle is a Coug. "I committed to Washington State," Mayle told CF.C. "I like the system and I'm excited to be a Cougar. It's like a family vibe with the Cougars and I want to be a part of that." The Rocklin, Calif. product scheduled his Nov. 23 visit to Pullman on Wednesday, but decided to also make the call to head coach Mike Leach and let him know he'll be...

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