WSU in Spokane d-end's top six

SPOKANE'S EVAN WEAVER listed his top six on Tuesday. Washington State, four other Pac-12 teams and one from the Mountain West made the list of the three-star defensive end prospect out of Gonzaga Prep.

Evan Weaver (6-3, 241) took to twitter to unveil his top six schools.



Weaver holds a dozen known offers, including rides from the half dozen schools listed above.

Washington State likes him as a standup defensive end and/or linebacker who can drop back into coverage, Weaver told Cougfan.com earlier this spring.


Weaver is the reigning Greater Spokane League's defensive player of the year. As a junior, he was named All-State Class 4A by the Associated Press, plus Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune all-classifications.

During his junior campaign he racked up 123 tackles (36 for loss, including 14 sacks), forced six fumbles and blocked a field goal, an extra point and two punts.

Scout.com ranks him the No. 16 defensive end prospect in the West. He was one of the best defensive line performers at The Opening Eugene Regional held recently.


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\r\n\r\n\r\nWeaver holds a dozen known offers, including rides from the half dozen schools listed above.

\r\n\r\nWashington State likes him as a standup defensive end and/or linebacker who can drop back into coverage, Weaver told Cougfan.com earlier this spring.

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\r\n\r\nWeaver is the reigning Greater Spokane League's defensive player of the year. As a junior, he was named All-State Class 4A by the Associated Press, plus Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune all-classifications.

\r\n\r\nDuring his junior campaign he racked up 123 tackles (36 for loss, including 14 sacks), forced six fumbles and blocked a field goal, an extra point and two punts.

\r\n\r\nScout.com ranks him the No. 16 defensive end prospect in the West. He was one of the best defensive line performers at The Opening Eugene Regional held recently.

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Top 6 in alphabetical order #Arizona #BoiseState #Cal #Udub #Utah #Wazzu Thanks to all the schools that believe in me!

— Evan Weaver (@Weavin_it) June 30, 2015


Weaver holds a dozen known offers, including rides from the half dozen schools listed above.

Washington State likes him as a standup defensive end and/or linebacker who can drop back into coverage, Weaver told Cougfan.com earlier this spring.


Weaver is the reigning Greater Spokane League's defensive player of the year. As a junior, he was named All-State Class 4A by the Associated Press, plus Seattle Times and Tacoma News Tribune all-classifications.

During his junior campaign he racked up 123 tackles (36 for loss, including 14 sacks), forced six fumbles and blocked a field goal, an extra point and two punts.

Scout.com ranks him the No. 16 defensive end prospect in the West. He was one of the best defensive line performers at The Opening Eugene Regional held recently.

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