2018 Hawaii Football Recruiting Prospects
- Barry Bolton | CougfanFriday at 1:15 PM
RECRUITING CONNECTIONS are always fascinating to study. But few of them go back this far. The Cougs are recruiting hard 4-star QB prospect Cammon Cooper out of Lehi, Utah, this spring. And Cooper’s head coach in high school and one WSU assistant go back more than 30 years.
- Braulio Perez | CougfanThursday at 9:00 AM
WHEN IT COMES to the recruitment of 4-star quarterback Cammon Cooper, the WSU coaches have made it quite clear where they stand with the touted signal caller. They want him in crimson and in Pullman in 2018. Cooper has had the Cougars among his top schools for quite some time, and a move by WSU on Wednesday definitely stood out to him.
- Braulio Perez | CougfanWednesday at 10:30 AM
EARLIER THIS MONTH the WSU coaches were busy as ever hosting recruits for unofficial visits. Cougfan subscribers just read about 4-star prospect Reggie Hughes, but there was another star out of California who was recently blown away by his Pullman experience. The 6-4, 235-pounder told CF.C that trip is still fresh in his mind, and WSU is among his leaders. Could a decision be coming soon?
- Barry Bolton | CougfanMonday at 1:30 PM
REGGIE HUGHES, a 4-star linebacker prospect out of Calabasas, Calif., who is ranked among the top 300 recruits in the nation, spent this past weekend at Washington State. It’s safe to say he came away impressed.
- Talo Steves | Total Blue SportsMonday at 10:45 AM
Paraclete High School wide receiver Andre Hunt currently holds 11 offers and BYU is one of them. The question is where do the Cougars stand with Hunt? TotalBlueSports.com caught up with Hunt to find out where the Cougars are at.
- Chris Smith | Commodores Daily04/23/2017
Vanderbilt has quietly worked hard under the radar when it comes to the recruitment of Sumner Sr (Wa) linebacker Ben Wilson and their efforts have gone a long way as the 3-star prospect is set to unofficially visit campus next weekend. Wilson talked with DoresDaily about his upcoming trip to Nashville and his interest in the Commodores and the budding relationship between him and a certain Vanderbilt assistant coach.