WSU Recruiting Notebook

IT’S ALWAYS INTRIGUING when one of Washington State’s far-flung offers pops up on the radar screen, something from beyond the West. And it turned out to be a crimson theme this past week.

The most star-studded of the known WSU offers this week was made to four-star offensive tackle prospect Clark Yarbrough (pictured above).

The 6-6, 270-pound offensive tackle hails from Woodberry, Virginia.

He plans on cutting his 30-some offers list down to five later this month and then verbally committing to a school in May.

He is the nation’s No. 10-ranked offensive tackle and the 60th-ranked prospect overall nationally.

Of the 15 known uncommitted o-line prospects that hold Washington State offers, all stand at least 6-foot-4, with the majority (nine) at 6-5 or taller.

The offensive guard prospects are already pretty well put together, averaging 299 pounds. The offensive tackle prospects appear have more room to fill out their frames, averaging 275 pounds.

Other known WSU offers made this week, most of which also came from beyond the West:

From Jenks, Okla., a pair of offers to defensive backs -- Austin Quillen, a 6-0, 180-pound safety and Dillon Stoner, a 6-0, 170-pound corner.

The best “name” offer goes to cornerback Sir Patrick Scott, a 6-1, 190-pounder from Upper Marlboro, Md.

The lone known offer made to a California prospect was to Renard Bell, a 6-0, 173-pound wide receiver out of Los Angeles’ Cathedral High.

WSU has 87 known offers out to uncommitted prospects, 53 of whom are to state of California recruits.

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