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Wicks & Cracraft shine in game, then talk WSU

CRACRAFT (8) & WICKS

CARSON, Calif. — River Cracraft and Gerard Wicks were just happy to be there. The two Washington State recruits, who both committed verbally to the Cougars back in June, did a bit more than just show up, though, sparking their all-star team to a win in the inaugural South Bay BMW West Coast Bowl on Sunday.

River Cracraft, the top receiver at Santa Margarita High (Calif.) in Orange County and considered one of the better ones in Southern California, and Gerard Wicks, a talented running back at Long Beach Poly (Calif.), were instrumental in the Red squad posting a 21-16 victory over the Green at the Home Depot Center in Carson. The game featured some of the top players and Division I prospects from...

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