Another early arrival for Cougs' 2014 class

THE VAST MAJORITY of Washington State's 2014 recruiting class is in Pullman, started summer courses last week and are taking part in the offseason conditioning program. One more arrived on Sunday and starts his college career at Washington State today.

Linebacker Chandler Leniu arrived in Pullman yesterday and will take his first class at Washington State on Monday. CF.C has been unable to reach Leniu by phone or text but a source confirmed Leniu's arrival and scheduled coursework.

Rated four stars, the 6-1, 230-pound Leniu was originally a long-time verbal to WSU but then decommitted and signed with Cal. He was recently released from his letter of intent by Cal and signed a financial aid agreement with WSU. By enrolling and starting classes at Washington State, he is eligible to join the team and participate in offseason workouts.

Leniu was named Parade All-America honorable mention after posting 238 tackles as a senior in 2013 -- the third-most in California and sixth-most in the country among prep athletes. He finished his career at St. John Bosco High with 526 tackles, 26 tackles-for-loss and five sacks.

Leniu's arrival means only two members of the class have yet to arrive in Pullman according to the WSU database – Deion Singleton and Barry Ware. Both are expected to arrive in Pullman in the coming weeks before fall camp.

The remaining members of the class listed in the WSU database who began summer school last week:
Patrick Porter Sulaiman Hameed
Hercules Mata'afa
Squally Canada
Kingston Fernandez
Brandon Evers
Andre Dillard
Ngalu Tapa
Frank Luvu
Kevin Griffin
Keith Harrington
Zaire Andre
Greg Hoyd
Peyton Bender

Five members of the class joined the program in January:
Marcellus Pippins
Nick Begg
Sean Krepsz
Calvin Green
Dylan Hanser

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