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WSU football recruiting: WR C.J. Dimry officially signs his letter of intent

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The lanky wideout from Saddleback College will have two years on the Palouse.

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With Dahu Green flipping his commitment to Oklahoma, WSU needed another wide receiver in this class. After a visit to Pullman last weekend, C.J. Dimry was offered a scholarshipo on Monday and gave his verbal commitment an hour later. Today, the junior college transfer made it official by faxing in his letter of intent.

Not much is known about Dimry who only spent one year at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif., catching 26 balls for 541 yards and six touchdowns. None of the recruiting services have evaluated the transfer so we really only have his Hudl video to go off of.

Dimry's biggest asset is obviously his height. At 6-foot-6, he'll tower over most collegiate cornerbacks which is something he uses to win the 50-50 balls you see in his highlights. His speed isn't particularly breathtaking, nor is his route running but a tall receiver who can go up and get a football (hello Chris Matthews in the Super Bowl) is something you want on your football team. Add in the fact that WSU should still be plenty deep at receiver with Gabe Marks coming off a redshirt year and Dimry could make an ideal addition.

Dimry will come to WSU with two years to play two so expect to see him on the field right away.

Brian Anderson's quick scouting report:

Great hands, excellent at going up for balls in traffic. Really good speed but a bit of a strider, takes a bit of field to reach full throttle. Pretty easily outran his QBs arm in highlights, leading to the jump balls. Physical run blocker and coming across middle. Really solid receiver with jaw dropping measurables.

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Measurables (Rivals):

Position - DE
Hometown - Carlsbad, Calif.
Height - 6-foot-6
Weight - 205 pounds