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NCAA.com | August 23, 2014

Washington State wide receiver River Cracraft's commitment knows no bounds

Washington State wide receiver River Cracraft has extended the expectations of a what it takes for a college football player to have a successful offseason.  

Despite being only 6 feet tall and weighing less than 200 lbs. Cracraft played his way onto the field in each of the Cougars 13 games last season, and his 614 receiving yards and three touchdowns earned him an honorable mention spot on the All-Pac-12 team.

2013 was the year that Cracraft wishes never ended, so he just didn't stop.

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