Posted June 25, 2013 on
HE'S A 6-FOOT-1 CORNERBACK who has long been a fan of Washington State. He took an unofficial visit to the Palouse recently and almost committed during his trip but decided to wait -- though he didn't wait long. On Tuesday night, he went crimson. CF.C talked to the newest member of Mike Leach's 2014 class -- and he had a message for Cougar Nation...
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AROUND THE WEB
BYU has lined up a spot in the Poinsettia Bowl for 2015 -- if the Cougars are eligible for the postseason -- and agreed to a three-game regular-season series with Southern California.
BYU also announced Wednesday that it had agreed to a new contract with coach Bronco Mendenhall that runs through the 2016 season.
The Cougars played in the Poinsettia Bowl in San Diego last season...
THE COUGARS ARE in the rare position this recruiting cycle where they may spend one or even two scholies on a kicker and/or punter. There is one known offer out to a kicker in the Class of 2014 and with that Washington State offer in hand, he tells CF.C he’s close to pulling the trigger and committing to the Cougs. There's just one more thing... Maybe.
A STOUT 5-9, 204-POUND running back was in Pullman on Saturday for Washington State’s second mini-camp of the summer and had glowing things to say about his visit. How did he perform? Did he pick up a Cougar offer? We have all that plus plenty more Washington State recruiting notes to get you updated on.