WSU Recruiting Notebook

AN GEOGRAPHICALLY DIVERSE MIX of Washington State offers went out this past week, to prospects in far-flung locales such as Tennessee, New Jersey, North Carolina and more.

The 11 most recent known offers extended by Washington State were to: DE Pookie Maka out of Utah; Riverside City College linebacker A.J. Hotchkins; WR Donald Stewart from New Jersey; running back C.J. Freeman in North Carolina.; QB Ian Book (pictured above) from El Dorado Hills, Calif.; OG Toleafoa Auwae in Hawaii; junior college LB/S David Luafatasaga at Arizona Western, CB Mykal Tolliver in California and 2017 Phoenix offensive lineman Austin Jackson and 2018 class OT Will Lawrence out of Memphis, Tenn.

Although the Cougs cast a wide geographical net this past week, 68 percent of WSU's offers remained concentrated in California.

Here's how the known Cougar offers break down by state:

California: 52
Washington: 5
Utah: 5
Hawaii: 3
Arizona: 1
Arkansas: 1
Alabama: 1
Maryland: 1
Missouri: 1
New Jersey: 1
North Carolina: 1
Oregon: 2
South Dakota: 1
Texas: 1

Positionally, wide receivers continues atop the WSU offers list to uncommitted prospects:

Wide receivers: 16
Offensive linemen: 14 (10 classified as OT by
Linebackers: 12 (8 OLB, 4 MLB)
Defensive Linemen: 10 (9 DE, 1 DT)
Running Back: 8
Safety: 8
Cornerback: 5
Quarterback: 3
Tight End: 1

All told, WSU has extended 77 known to uncommitted prospects offers according to the database.

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