Charting the Cougs' weight gains

THE INTERIOR OF Washington State's defensive line will look different this spring – some have gotten bigger and some have leaned up. Toni Pole, for example, has packed on 20-plus pounds. Ioane Gauta, meanwhile, has dropped nearly 20.

From now until fall camp, many players will lean up with all the conditioning work to come over the next few months. But in comparing WSU's fall roster to this spring's, it's apparent that a number of Cougars have been busy in the weight room.

Kyle Adkins was 195, now is 197
Jeremiah Allison was 210, now is 218
Brent Anderson was 267, now is 275
Austin Apodaca was 180, now is 191
Tyler Baker was 180, now is 183
Robert Barber was 291, now is 300
Brett Bartolone was 179, now is 187
Matthew Bock was 252, now is 266
Bennett Bontemps was 191, now is 191
Elliott Bosch was 271, now is 274
Mike Bowlin was 204, now is 214
Zach Brevick was 270, now is 275
Leon Brooks was 166, now is 172
Austin Brown was 255, now is 267
Jesse Brown was 189, now is 199
David Bucannon was 184, now is 187
Deone Bucannon was 192, now is 198
Jared Byers was 218, now is 219
Teondray Caldwell was 189, now is 197
Anthony Carpenter was 190, now is 196
Moritz Christ was 319, now is 314
Tracy Clark was 181, now is 185
Cyrus Coen was 215, now is 213
Wes Concepcion was 174, now is 174
Xavier Cooper was 298, now is 298
Joe Dahl was 272, now is 289
Feddie Davey was 190, now is 193
David Davis was 270, now is 278
Alex Den Bleyker was 224, now is 237
Rahmel Dockery was 169, now is 171
Denzell Dotson was 308, now is 321
Henry Eaddy was 158, now is 175
Gunnar Eklund was 286, now is 305
Keith Ewing was 225, now is 221
Sam Flor was 296, now is 306
Rico Forbes was 287, now is 304
John Fullington was 300, now is 297
Andrew Furney was 218, now is 215
Rickey Galvin was 178, now is 174
Ioane Gauta was 305, now is 286
Beau Glover was 163, now is 173
Matt Goetz was 272, now is 259
Connor Halliday was 189, now is 183
Max Hersey was 226, now is 233
Damante Horton was 175, now is 178
Sherman Hutcherson was 232, now is 232
Alex Jackson was 171, now is 168
Conner Johnson was 222, now is 230
Manuel Lamson was 191, now is 191
Kyle Lappano was 185, now is 196
Jeremiah Laufasa was 216, now is 213
Casey Locker was 192, now is 195
Darren Markle was 224, now is 224
Gabe Marks was 167, now is 176
Marcus Mason was 190, now is 187
Logan Mayes was 241, now is 241
Mike McAdie was 189, now is 191
Brett McDonald was 184, now is 191
Daniel McDonald was 183, now is 193
Eduardo Middleton was 294, now is 318
Darryl Monroe was 228, now is 235
Isiah Myers was 176, now is 184
Michael Newman was 193, now is 193
Joe Njoku was 190, now is 191
Eric Oertel was 210, now is 200
Kache Palacio was 212, now is 217
Darryl Paulo was 267, now is 270
Mitchell Peterson was 195, now is 200
Toni Pole was 277, now is 300
Tana Pritchard was 221, now is 217
Bobby Ratliff was 194, now is 192
Jake Rodgers was 300, now is 323
Justin Sagote was 220, now is 223
Niu Sale was 334, now is 325
Ryan Saparto was 224, now is 232
Mansel Simmons was 214, now is 226
Chester Sua was 224, now is 224
Taylor Taliulu was 184, now is 202
Destiny Vaeao was 270, now is 293
Pierson Villarrubia was 270, now is 285
Jeff Waldner was 266, now is 258
Nolan Washington was 182, now is 190
Theron West was 171, now is 172
Dominique Williams was 187, now is 192
Kristoff Williams was 192, now is 216

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