By Jamey Vinnick, CougFan: Carlos Hernandez‘s first Washington State spring game on Saturday got off to anything but a perfect start. After making a 20-yard catch, the 6-0, 181-pound freshman wide receiver from Alhambra, Calif., was stripped and the defense recovered.
But Hernandez turned it around and recorded four catches for 70 yards and a touchdown. Jake Dickert after the game said the Cougs have a good one in Hernandez.
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'To see a young kid like that have a little bit of adversity in a big moment, you could see him get his head down. But he was immediately self-talking to himself and ready to make the next play. I think we got a really good one in Carlos and he's only going to get better.'
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