Kyrin Priester faces ‘tall order’ to play for WSU in 2017

After missing 2016, the tantalizing talent still isn’t a sure thing for the upcoming season. A couple of months ago, Mike Leach gave WSU fans a lot of hope when he confirmed that wide receiver Kyrin Priester was back with the team. Not so fast. In a teleconference with reporters in advance of the beginning of spring practices, Leach revealed that Priester will only be an intermittent...
Via CougCenter
March 22, 2017

Washington State WR Kyrin Priester set to transfer from program

The Washington State football program is set to lose some depth at wide receiver. According to a report from, Kyrin Priester, a wide receiver who transferred to the Cougars from Clemson, is set to transfer from the program to finish his career elsewhere. Last season with the Cougars, Priester recorded 34 catches for 246 yards and a touchdown. There is no word on why Priester...
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August 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Kyrin Priester wins appeal, cleared to play for WSU

Wide receiver Kyrin Priester has won his appeal with the NCAA and will be eligible to play immediately for the Washington State Cougars this season. Priester, who previously enrolled at Clemson, was a four-star recruit out of Georgia in 2013 and enrolled early at Clemson in 2014. He was one of the top receivers in the nation in his recruiting class. Priester played one game for the...
Via FOX Sports
August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

WSU transfer WR Kyrin Priester wins appeal, will play in 2015

After filing an appeal for Clemson transfer wide receiver Kyrin Priester to gain eligibility for the 2015 season, the Washington State Cougars have gained another huge piece to their already loaded receiving corps. Priester has shown some pretty amazing athletic ability for the team during fall practices, so they are certainly excited for him to join them once the season opens. According...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

WSU Cougars file appeal to gain eligibility for Kyrin Priester

Class of 2014 wide receiver Kyrin Priester was one of the most sought-after players in that class. He ended up signing with Clemson, but was dismissed from the team just one month into his football career for what head coach Dabo Swinney called “an attitude that is not acceptable to our standards.” He was then recruited by Mike Leach’s Washington State Cougars and ended enrolling...
Via Campus Sports Net
August 14, 2015  |  Discuss

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