ROUNDUP: Crimson o-line offers grow

MORE AND MORE offensive linemen are earning WSU offers now that the May Evaluation period has wrapped up. It seems of late, a new offeree joins the list on a near daily basis.

Grant Bays and Eduardo Middleton, teammates at Oceanside, are among those to recently join the ranks of o-linemen with Wazzu offers.

Bays is considered one of the top center prospects in the West according to's Brandon Huffman.

Meanwhile, the 6-5, 280-pound Middleton was All League, All Area, All San Diego Section, All San Diego Academic and Oceanside's Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2010 as a junior.

WSU now has 23 known offers out to prospects pegged by as o-linemen and who have not yet made their college choice.

Another prospect recently offered is mammoth Kwayde Miller (6-8, 295). The Cougs look to have some work to do, however, with Miller telling Huffman that among his seven offers, Wisconsin and Oregon are standing out most to him. Miller did say he intends to get up to WSU this summer, though, for an unofficial.

OVER ON THE hoops side, Kansas transfer Royce Woolridge tells he is considering Wazzu and Pepperdine, and will choose on Friday.

Woolridge took a trip to WSU earlier this spring, after which he had this to say in a conversation with CF.C.

Woolridge will have to sit out the 2011-12 season wherever he winds up, and then have three-to-play-three starting in 2012.

A shooting guard, Woolridge (6-3) coming out of Sunnyslope High in Phoenix averaged 30.2 points a night, along with 6.5 rebounds and 2.9 assists his senior season.

He was ranked three stars and the No. 42 shooting guard nationally coming out of high school.

He's transferring from Kansas in search of more playing time. His father is former NBA standout Orlando Woolridge.

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