PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) -Brandon Gibson, who led the Pacific 10 Conference in receiving yards last year, said Monday he will return for his senior season at Washington State.
He caught 67 passes for a team-record 1,180 yards in 2007.
Gibson had submitted his name for the NFL draft, but decided to return to WSU.
The 20-year-old Gibson also led the Pac-10 in yards per catch with 17.6, and yards per game (107.3). He was the only Cougar to be named a first-team All-Pac-10 selection, despite missing a game due to an injury.

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