Plant OL gets first offer from Washington State



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Mon. May 6, 2013 | Joel Anderson

Plant offensive lineman Jake Fruhmorgen has received his first college scholarship offer, from Washington State, according to Panthers coach Robert Weiner.

Fruhmorgen, a rising junior, is the son of former Alabama and NFL offensive lineman John Fruhmorgen. A 1983 graduate of Jesuit, John Fruhmorgen is also a member of the school’s Hall of Fame.

At 6-foot-5 and 230 pounds, Fruhmorgen is a member of a Panthers’ offensive line that boasts at least two other major-college prospects in Ray Raulerson and Richard Bush.

Fruhmorgen was a starter as a sophomore, making him one of the youngest members of Plant’s offense.

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