Pair of Fresno area prepsters with WSU offers

AMONG THOSE NETTING offers from the Cougar coaching staff out on the road during May's evaluation period, a 6-foot-4 wide receiver prospect out of the Fresno area. And a teammate of his, a 5-10, 200 pound athlete, was offered earlier this spring by the Cougars.

Marquess Wilson (6-4, 170) has seen his recruitment blow up in less than a week. Four new offers have come his way this spring.

"I got new offers from UNLV, Nevada, Washington State, and Arizona State," Wilson told

Wilson, whom some are calling the top offensive prospect in Central California for the 2010 class, will compete this weekend at the Sports Regional Combine in Los Angeles.

Last month, Washington State offered his Tulare High teammate, Edward Dillihunt, a 5-11, 200-pound safety/receiver prospect.

The versatile Dillihunt lined up at safety, linebacker, wide receiver and kick returner as a junior. He too is scheduled to attend the combine in L.A. this weekend.

Tulare, about 40 minutes south of Fresno, went 13-0 this past season, winning the CIF Central Section D-II title in the process.

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