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Idaho eyes Cali defensive end

COLLEGE FOOTBALL COACHES will tell you if you're going to be weak in any area on defense, don't be weak up front -- because it affects everything else the opponents will do against you at every other position. One defensive line prospect in the Idaho orbit, out of Chino Hills, Calif., is a versatile, athletic end with a 4.6 time in the 40 and a nose for the football.

While most have talked to Tracy Pugh (6.3, 240, 4.6) about playing d-end in college, others have mentioned his athleticism could have him figured in elsewhere. "Some have given me the option if I want to stand up, some have said I could probably play end of course, and some schools even said I could play some offensive line...and then even some d-tackle probably," said Pugh. In the mix of the...