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February 23, 2014 at 10:10 AM

Video: Washington State safety Deone Bucannon

The lone Washington State University player at the NFL Combine this week is safety Deone Bucannon, who like the rest of the defensive backs met with the media here on Sunday.

So you can see some of the video below.

Bucannon is one of the bigger safeties here, officially measuring in at 6-1, 211 pounds. He said he thinks he can show he is also the best safety here, which would be a pretty rapid rise for a player whose only Pac-10/12 offer in 2010 was from Washington State.

Bucannon, though, said it all worked out for the best, despite some rocky times during his tenure that included a coaching change.

“I’m happy that I went to school there,” he said. “I loved Washington State. I wouldn’t change it even if I could go back.”

He said he is being mentored in this process by former WSU football players Jason David and brothers Hamza and Husain Abdullah, and is being represented by local agent Cameron Foster.

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