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JUCO defender says he’s headed to Pullman

Defensive back says he’s going Crimson on twitter.

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It’s definitely not a surprise to see a junior college player added in the late spring/early summer during the Mike Leach era at WSU. Players like Justin Sagote, Paris Taylor and Anthony Gordon have all matriculated to WSU after signing day has come and gone. Well it looks WSU may have another addition.

College of Sequoias linebacker/safety Mark Meynisse has put out notice on twitter a couple of times that he is headed to the Palouse. There have been no announcements from the university yet, which could mean a few things.

1.He is a preferred walk-on.

2.WSU is still sorting things out with Kelle Sanders and Dontae Powell (committed but never signed) and is not ready to announce a signing yet.

3.Meyniesse may still have some clearinghouse stuff to finish up before he signs.

The Aberdeen, MD native is listed at 6-foot-1 and 205 pounds and reported an offer from New Mexico State back in the fall. He recorded 47 tackles and 1 interception for the Giants last fall. He shows a nice burst to the ball in his highlights.

Looks like Alex Grinch has another athlete who can play multiple positions. Highlights are below.


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