California. Indeed, 72 percent of the known WSU offers have been to Golden State prospects.
The 10 most recent offers extended by Washington State have been to WR Dezmon Patmon (pictured above), S Troy Warner, QB Matt Fink, QB Devon Modster, CB Keyon Riley, OL Johnny Maea, WR John Okwoli, RB Chase Jasmin, LB Keith Simms, WR Logan Gamble.
Of the above 10, seven hail from California, with the exceptions being Maea (Utah); Okwoli (Arizona) and Simms (Maryland).
Here's how the Cougar offers break down by state:
South Dakota: 1
Positionally, wide receivers lead the Cougars' offers six weeks before the May Evaluation period kicks off:
Wide receivers: 15
Offensive linemen: 12 (10 classified as OT by Scout.com)
Linebackers: 10 (6 OLB, 4 MLB)
Defensive Linemen: 8 (7 DE, 1 DT)
Running Back: 6
Tight End: 1
All told, WSU has extended 79 known offers according to the Scout.com database, with 11 of those prospects verbally committed to other schools.
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