WSU 2015 recruiting class: Who is in?

JUNE AND JULY are the slower months when it comes to football – unless you’re one of the new Cougars arriving in Pullman and embarking on your college career in the classroom and in the football program. When it comes to the new arrivals from the Washington State 2015 class, here’s what we know.

We don't have all the answers, but we can provide some insights. First things first, as this seems to be the hottest topic among the crimson faithful.

In talking to prep and JC sources, we believe there is one member of the class who is unlikely to qualify academically when it’s all said and done.

But it’s not one of the guys we’ve seen people mention on the message boards but rather, o-lineman Joseph Price.

The 6-6, 270-pounder could still qualify, but two independent prep sources we talked to termed it as “doubtful.”

Everyone else in the class, according to the sources, including players message boarders have worried about this offseason like Shalom Luani and Treshon Broughton, remain on track.

So who is in town?

We were able to take pictures of six of the new Cougs in Pullman on Monday and Tuesday: OL Cedric Bigge-Duren, WR Kyle Sweet, DT Hunter Mattox, S Kameron Powell, OL Noah Myers and OL Davis Perrot started classes on Monday.

In addition, we are confident in saying WR Tavares Martin, S Hunter Dale, K Matt Abramo, DE T.J. Fehoko and ATH Logan Tago are also at WSU, we just weren’t able to get their picture.

We’ve also heard LB Aaron Porter has been in Pullman for weeks. We can’t say with certainty if the junior college transfer began classes on Monday but we also don’t think anyone should be too concerned about his eligibility, he’s a good student.

And there could certainly be others already at WSU that we don’t know about (though not for a lack of trying).

WR C.J. Dimry began classes at WSU in May during an earlier summer session and that didn’t come to light until last Friday.

Meanwhile, WR Kyrin Parker told CF.C when he pledged WSU he would finish up his coursework at Blinn in mid-July and arrive in Pullman soon after.

QB Tyler Hilinski, DE Jeremiah Mitchell, DB Deion Singleton and WR Kyrin Priester began their WSU careers back in January (though Priester has to sit out this season after transferring from Clemson).


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