Posted February 04, 2013 on
WASHINGTON STATE coach Mike Leach is on a path to sign a recruiting class Wednesday that has positional balance and carries enough must-see highlight tape to keep the faithful glued to the computer screen for hours. But make no mistake. The centerpiece of this class is absolutely, positively quarterback Tyler Bruggman, who will come to Pullman with a rare triple whammy on his resume.
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Washington State was the first Pac 12 school to offer Rancho Santa Margarita (Calif.) Santa Margarita offensive lineman Riley Sorenson and with just days before Signing Day, the big tackled decided to end the recruiting process.
CALL IT AN early Signing Day surprise for the Cougar faithful. Washington State didn't seem to be on his radar according to recent reports, but much was going on behind the scenes for the 6-5, 320-pound o-line giant with multiple Pac-12 offers. Just hours ago, the Santa Margarita High standout made a big decision and that decision was to go crimson, he tells CF.C.