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December 14, 2007 at 8:48 PM

Cougs make run at UW commit

Scout.com is reporting that UW commit Cory Mackay a linebacker/receiver from Eastlake High, will take an official visit to Washington State next month.
Mackay (see his profile here) had been seriously considering WSU before the school fired Bill Doba and he then decided to commit to UW.
The Huskies want the 6-4, 216-pounder as a linebacker while WSU is looking at him as a receiver. Mackay is quoted in the story as saying that position won’t be the ultimate decider, but that he probably prefers offense to defense.
However, he also said he considers himself committed to UW but that he wants to “reassure myself that I’m making the right decision.”
He’s scheduled to visit both schools in January — UW the second week, WSU the third week — so this one may be in a little bit of limbo for a while.
So far, Mackay appears to be the only in-state UW commit who may also now consider WSU with the Cougars now having a coaching staff in place.

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