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Gabe Marks eyes the NFL Draft

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He would join a long list of drafted WSU receivers.

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Gabe Marks is officially on the NFL Draft circuit. The prolific WSU wide receiver went through his first NFL interview last week, playing in the East-West Shrine Game. Marks only caught one pass for eight yards in the game, but was reported to have had a strong week of practice.

There will be workouts and pro days and combines ahead in his future leading up to the NFL Draft. Marks appears likely to get drafted and will join a solid list on WSU receivers picked in the draft.

With that in mind, let’s think back to some previous results.

Q1: Name the five WSU receivers with the most NFL receiving yardage since 1970, among players who were drafted.

Q2: Which WSU wide receiver was selected highest in the NFL Draft?

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Women’s basketball:

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