More clarity on final two from WSU ’14 class

CLASSES BEGAN AT Washington State today and with that milestone, most every true freshman in the Cougs’ 2014 recruiting class took another significant step forward in their college careers. There are however two members of the ’14 class who have yet to arrive in Pullman – here are the latest developments.

A source with knowledge of the situation tells that Deion Singleton is now pointing towards delaying enrollment and arriving in January.

Singleton, a defensive back who could play either corner or safety for the Cougs, transferred from Florida to Pasco before his senior season, lost some credits in the transfer and appears to have been unable to make them back up in time for the 2014 campaign.

Wide receiver Barry Ware (pictured above) is likely to also delay enrollment until January but, said the source, there’s a slight chance he might get things squared away and could still join WSU this year.

The issue now, however, is that time. Now becomes the overriding factor.

With classes beginning today, each day missed is a day that a new freshman who has had qualifying issues would have to make up.

Ware probably has no more than a 7-10 day window, said the source. After that, it likely makes more sense to redshirt him.

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