BREAKING: Cougs land No. 1 WR prospect in OK

WASHINGTON STATE HAS long been working on Oklahoma City wide receiving prospect Dahu Green, the 6-3, 185-pounder with double digit offers. Late Tuesday night, the No. 1-rated wide receiving prospect in Oklahoma went crimson.

Two independent prep sources confirmed Green verbally committed to Washington State late Tuesday night. One said Cougar WRs coach and area recruiter Dennis Simmons along with head man Mike Leach were a huge reason why both Green and his mom were ultimately sold on Washington State.

Here's what Scout.com expert Greg Powers says in evaluating Green for Cougfan.com:

"Green is a receiver prospect with a good size and frame. His best attribute is his hands. He has strong hands which allow him to make terrific catches in traffic, like the one that landed him on Sportscenter with a Top 10 play.

"He will need to continue to develop as a route runner to become that elite level type of talent."

Green is No. 1-rated receiving prospect in all of Oklahoma on Scout.com and rated one of the 10 best prep WRs throughout the Midlands.

He finished with 57 catches for 961 yards and 14 touchdowns this past yeat.

Green held offers from Cal, Louisville, Boise State Virginia, Kentucky and others this recruiting cycle. He originally verballed to Louisville over 15 other suitors back in July but he's Wazzu-bound now.

Green's cell phone is not working and he was in school at press time but Cougfan.com has a call into him and hope to talk to him later today. Stay tuned for more on CF.C. In the meantime, check out these highlights ...




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