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Weekend visitor wants to see one thing at WSU

IN TOWN THIS WEEKEND

WASHINGTON STATE WILL host a versatile prep defenseman from California this weekend who could play a number of positions. He's no stranger to Pullman, having visited the Palouse unofficially over the summer, but tells CF.C the Cougs have some catching up to do in his recruitment and there's one thing in particular that he's hoping to see that could help sway his mind in going crimson.

The fan support displayed by Cougar Nation this Saturday against UCLA (7:30 p.m., TV: ESPN2). Jeff Camilli (6-3, 250-pounds) out of Shingle Springs, Calif. (40 minutes east of Sacramento) arrives to Pullman on Saturday and will be on his official visit until Monday morning. He visited the Wazzu campus in mid-July during one of the team camps, but with fall term still weeks away, said he didn't...

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