The Washington State Cougar receivers are poised to
be a top group in the pac-12, and one reason for the
excitement is transfer Kyrin Priester.
When the Clemson transfer became available a week
into camp it changed the outlook of an already deep
group of wide outs.
Priester was a top-20 receiver in the nation coming
out of high school and went to Clemson, but he was
dismissed from the team and needed a new home.
The Cougars have been very pleased with everything
he has brought with him to Pullman.
Sarah Wheeler has the story of a player that is ready
to take advantage of his second chance.