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Three-star WR weighing Bruins and Cougs

Three-star WR weighing Bruins and Cougs

A THREE-STAR WR prospect from the Los Angeles area was in town this past weekend. He came in committed to UCLA and found the college town vibe in Pullman a welcoming experience. How do things stand now on his leaderboard?

Bishop Amat High's Darren Andrews isn't used to college town life. Having grown up 20 miles from downtown L.A., the 5-10, 160-pounder found a much different experience out on the Palouse. "It's basically just a small college town and there's nothing really around it," Andrews said with a laugh. "In L.A., I'm used to a big city, so Pullman was way different for me. It was cool though. I liked it...

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