BREAKING: Cougs land Sacramento 'Flash'

HE'S A BURNER, a "Flash" on the football field. He tore up his league this past season, racking up over 1,700 yards of total offense. The Sacramento product held 11 scholarship offers, but let CF.C know that one school was standing apart -- and he made the decision Tuesday to end his recruitment on and go crimson.

The fleet Calvin Green out of Sacramento's Burbank High is a Coug.

"Yes sir, I just committed to Washington State this morning," Green texted CF.C moments ago.

Green chose WSU over offers from Arizona State, Boise State, Fresno State, Nevada and others.

His nickname is "The Flash" and here's why...

As a junior this past season, the 5-10, 165-pounder rushed the ball 57 times for Burbank as a junior -- recording an astounding 1,178 yards and 12 touchdowns in the process, according to

But as CF.C reported earlier, his talents are optimally suited to another position in the Air Raid and he'll be a slot receiver at Washington State. ( has evaluated him as a three-star RB, slotting him as the No. 94 running back nationally.)

"They've been showing the most interest in me and I feel I would make the biggest impact in their offense," Green texted CF.C.

He also added 23 receptions for 543 yards and six touchdowns through the air as a junior, while recording 61 tackles with five interceptions on defense.

He added another 677 yards in combined punt and kickoff returns, sporting a 47.71 KOR average on seven tries, and a 20.18 yard average on punt returns (17 for 343 yards.)

Green becomes the sixth known commit in the Cougars' 2014 class, joining WR Keith Harrington, WR Zaire Andre, LB Greg Hoyd, NT/DE Marcus Griffin and QB Peyton Bender.

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