Cougs have active day on recruiting front

THE WASHINGTON STATE COACHES clearly drank their protein shakes on Tuesday, extending three known scholarship offers before the clock had struck noon.

Twitter was active this morning and so were the WSU coaches, who offered La Mirada offensive lineman Michael Trani.

Trani's prep coach Mike Moschetti delivered the news.

Trani is a 6-4, 285-pound center who is ranked three stars by Scout.com. He holds offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Ole Miss, Nevada, New Mexico and New Mexico State in addition to WSU.

Washington State has also offered Quincy Wilson, who tweeted out the news early on Tuesday. He's a three-star safety/cornerback prospect from Fort Lauderdale.

Wilson, 6-2, 195-pounds, is rated the 36th best safety in the land by Scout.com and is a highly touted prospect out of University School of Nova South.

He holds offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Louisville, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Tennessee, West Virginia and several others.

To say Richard Yeargin III is a highly touted linebacker wouldn't quite cover it. The 6-4, 225-pound linebacker, rated four stars by Scout.com, picked up an offer from Washington State this morning, adding to his already huge list.

Yeargin is teammates with Wilson at University School of Nova South.

The Four Lauderdale, Fla. product, ranked the 17th best OLB in the land by Scout, also announced on twitter that he had been offered by the Cougs.

Yeargin holds over 20 scholarship offers, including Arkansas, Boston College, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Michigan, Ole Miss, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Wisconsin and several more.

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