Posted May 27, 2013 on
BELLEVUE - Several prospects on the Washington State recruiting radar were on hand Sunday at Bellevue's Interlake High School for a Barton Football Combine. This included a 6-4, 238-pound in-state defensive end who had 15 sacks this season and is also a teammate of future Coug defensive lineman Marcus Griffin, who jumped in front of the CF.C lens to talk about his future at WSU and more.
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THERE ARE TIMES when Mansel Simmons, says his brother, still experiences some of the effects of the altercation that forced him to give up football at Washington State. But, an article in the Spokesman-Review says, he's much improved from where he was in March. And he'll be returning to WSU as a student next month for summer courses.
HE'S A 3-STAR wide receiver who has long been recruited by the Washington State staff. At 6-0, 170-pounds, with great speed and quickness, he also picked up offers from several schools this recruiting cycle. On Tuesday morning, however, the Inglewood, Calif. product decided to close his recruitment and pulled the trigger in going Crimson.
Inglewood (Calif.) wide out Zaire Andre picked up an offer from Washington State back in mid-April. At that time, the receiver said he had no plans to make an early decision but a lot can change in a month and a half and the athlete decided to pull the trigger.