Henry Eaddy talked about the season he's having going into Friday's game.
"Right now we are 2 and 0. We are looking to go 3 and 0 against Dr. Phillips this upcoming Friday. It is going to be one of the biggest games of the year so far. I lead the team in offensive yards and I am second with touchdowns, so I am doing pretty well. We are definitely firing on all cylinders we are leading the area in offensive yardage and our defense is holding."
Eaddy, 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds with a 4.46 time in the 40, verbally committed to Washington State early in the process and remains strong with that decision.
"They showed hospitality when I went up there for my visit. I felt like I was home and I just fell in love with the place. I am still 100 percent Washington State no matter what."
No other schools have been calling him.
"Since I committed I told the colleges to hold back. But I still get some calls. Definitely Washington State, Coach Ball, we are definitely pretty close, every since my visit we have been in touch every week. I went up there in June and so we got to know each other pretty well. We are definitely comfortable with each other."
Eaddy plans on taking his official visit later this month.
"I am going up to Washington State next Saturday; I am leaving on the Friday the 23rd and the visit on the 24th."
Inside the classroom Eaddy said he has a 3.2 GPA and a 970 SAT score.
Future Coug talks season, upcoming WSU visit
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