WSU: Two 4-stars have signed with Cougs

WSU: Two 4-stars have signed with Cougs

THE COUGS SIGNED two big pieces of their 2015 recruiting class on Wednesday, the first day of the mid-year junior college signing period. Four-star defensive end Jeremiah Mitchell and four-star safety Shalom Luani faxed in their signed Letters of Intent to WSU and all the i's have been dotted and the t's crossed. Luani has three-to-play-two at Washington State, Mitchell has 2-to-play-2.

THIS WEEK IN WSU HOOPS: Make or break time?

THIS WEEK IN WSU HOOPS: Make or break time?

PULLMAN- It’s make or break time for the WSU men’s basketball team -- on and off the basketball court. After playing three games in seven days, the WSU men’s basketball team is busy with finals this week. But they also must also prep for a Sunday home tilt against San Jose State. And given the recent developments surrounding SJSU, the term "must-win" comes into play for the Cougs.

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

Scout Spotlight: America's Top Prospects

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Family vibe swayed Mattox to WSU

Family vibe swayed Mattox to WSU

A SINGLE PHONE CALL might have been enough to keep DE Hunter Mattox with Oregon State. That phone call never came and the perseverance of the Washington State coaching staff, coupled with a visit last weekend to the Palouse, convinced the 6-4, 260-pound Mattox to flip his verbal commitment to Washington State. And Mattox says he's done - this was the first and last time he will switch his pledge.

THE COUGAR BLOG: Updated Dec. 18 at 4:07 PM

THE COUGAR BLOG: Updated Dec. 18 at 4:07 PM

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WSU: Mid-year JC signing period begins today

WSU: Mid-year JC signing period begins today

THE EARLY SIGNING PERIOD for junior college mid-year transfers begins today -- and it comes with a bit of mystery for Cougar Nation. Could Washington State ink two, or even three mid-year JUCOs ... and as soon as today? UPDATE: One very big 4-star get for the Cougs has already sent in his signed Letter of Intent to WSU.

4-star CB Marcus Lewis on Cougs, timetable

4-star CB Marcus Lewis on Cougs, timetable

THE COUGS ARE filling up fast with 23 known verbal commitments -- but there will always be a handful of guys you watch until the very end. Indeed, even if Washington State fills their needs at a position, but another star prospect decides he too wants to come along, WSU isn’t going to turn him away. From our chair, corner Marcus Lewis fits that mold. Here’s what he told Cougfan.com …

OT Keven Dixon talks WSU trip, recruiting

OT Keven Dixon talks WSU trip, recruiting

THREE-STAR OFFENSIVE TACKLE prospect Keven Dixon (6-6, 275) and his parents were at Washington State this past weekend. The Buena Park, Calif. product talked to Cougfan.com about what he and his parents took away from the official visit and where his recruitment stands.

Commitment Analysis: LB Kyahva Tezino

Commitment Analysis: LB Kyahva Tezino

Scout takes a look at what Washington State is getting with their new LB commit, Los Angeles (Calif.) Salesian standout Kyahva Tezino…

BREAKING: Leach lands another 4-star verbal

BREAKING: Leach lands another 4-star verbal

MIKE LEACH AND Washington State continue a dizzying recruiting haul over the last 24 hours. The newest verbal pledge is Kyahva Tezino - a 4-star linebacker out of Los Angeles' Bishop Mora Salesian High. In rapid-fire fashion, the Cougs have landed a pair of four-star prospects in Tezino and safety Shalom Luani, plus American Samoan 'backer Logan Tago and OL Amosa Sakaria, and DT Dillon Faamatau.

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BREAKING: Cougs land four-star JC safety

THE WASHINGTON STATE coaches are on fire. After picking up a verbal from defensive tackle Dillon Faamatau on Monday night, WSU got some more good news, with four-star safety Shalom Luani flipping his verbal commitment to WSU from Oregon State.

MORE BREAKING: Cougs land American Samoa duo

MORE BREAKING: Cougs land American Samoa duo

WASHINGTON STATE’s recruiting class is growing by leaps and bounds. On Monday, WSU chief of staff Dave Emerick said on Cougar Calls with Bill Moos that Mike Leach has 21 verbal commitments. And now Cougfan.com has confirmed who the missing two on our commit list were -- OLB/ATH Logan Tago and OL Amosa Sakaria.

3-star DT Faamatau finds perfect fit in WSU

3-star DT Faamatau finds perfect fit in WSU

THREE-STAR DEFENSIVE TACKLE prospect Dillon Faamatau (6-4, 275) was enamored with the myriad of football plusses that Washington State had to offer. But in addition to that, there was one other thing that ultimately helped him make the decision to go crimson on Monday night, he tells Cougfan.com...

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  • Commits: 22
    Points: 4,239
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 25
    Points: 4,237
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 20
    Points: 3,655
    Conference: ACC
  • Commits: 24
    Points: 3,638
    Conference: Big Ten
  • Commits: 25
    Points: 3,551
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 21
    Points: 3,496
    Conference: SEC
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    Commits: 18
    Points: 3,467
    Conference: Pac-12
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    Points: 3,362
    Conference: SEC
  • Commits: 22
    Points: 3,239
    Conference: Indep
  • Commits: 20
    Points: 3,208
    Conference: Big Ten
  • Commits: 24
    Points: 2,056
    Conference: Pac-12