Gabe Marks made his presence in Pullman known from the first day of Washington State’s training camp. He’s also done it every day since then, too.
Marks has earned praise from WSU coaches for his smooth, polished skills, showcasing talents rarely seen from a player months removed from high school.
The Los Angeles product figures to start at outside receiver for the Cougars when they open the season on Aug. 30 at BYU. He is a sure-handed, shifty complement to the well-established Marquess Wilson, a junior All-American candidate who has taken Marks under his wing as a mentor figure.
Confidence certainly won’t be a problem. Marks doesn’t mind telling WSU defensive backs just how badly he beats them in practice. And it happens often.
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