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Former Texas A&M WR Sebastian LaRue to transfer to WSU

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Washington State got a boost on Sunday when former Texas A&M receiver Sebastian LaRue revealed to CougFan.com his intentions to transfer to the Palouse to play for the Cougars and Mike Leach.

LaRue, a 4-star recruit out of Santa Monica, Calif., signed with the Aggies during the last recruiting cycle (he was a one-time USC commit) but appeared only briefly in one game on special teams this past fall, making one tackle.

He cited his desire to play closer to home as a reason for leaving College Station (but is Pullman that much closer to SoCal?) and will apparently appeal to the NCAA for a waiver to the transfer rule, which would normally require him to sit out one season before playing for the Cougars.

LaRue is a small, but explosive athlete who is excellent with the ball in his hands. He’ll fit in nicely in WSU’s offense and also contribute as a kick and punt returner.

Photo courtesy of aggieathletics.com.

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2 Responses to “Former Texas A&M WR Sebastian LaRue to transfer to WSU”
  1. goodfieldnohit says: Jan 19, 2014 10:27 PM

    Best wishes. 4 star or not, he was never going to see the field at A&M. Even with Evans going pro.

  2. 8to80texansblog says: Jan 20, 2014 10:36 AM

    Yeah I’m not real familiar with this guy at all…

    I imagine the outside receivers this year are RSJ and Speedy Noil.

    Best of luck to you though. And don’t let Leach put you in a closet….

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