Bellevue CB Isaiah Gilchrist is the other remaining four-star prospect on Scout.com. He’s not a huge defensive back at 5-11, 180-pounds but he has offers from most of the Pac-12.
A quartet of three-star in-state prospects who have yet to make their verbal pledge hold known WSU offers.
Also from Bellevue, ATH/TE Isaac Garcia had been verbally committed to USC but decommitted from the Trojans in June. He checks in at 6-4, 225.
ATH Justus Rogers (6-2, 210) makes it three uncommitted prospects from Bellevue with a WSU offer. He wants to play QB at the next level but his best position at the college level might be at safety.
Spokane DE Evan Weaver (6-3, 241) announced a top six recently: WSU, Arizona, Boise State, Cal, UW and Utah.
Veradale OT Scott Peck (6-7, 270) took home the offensive line MVP award at last month's Northwest Elite Football Camp.
Tacoma OL Kameron Smith is rated two stars. He is massive, checking in at 6-8, 300-pounds. He told Cougfan.com late last month Washington State was recruiting the hardest.
Mike Leach has three verbal pledges in the 2016 class from the state of Washington: Everett OL Joshua Watson, Bellingham WR Josiah Westbrook and Federal Way ATH D'Jimon Jones.
There are 12 other in-state prospects ranked three stars who do not hold a WSU offer: Federal Way LB Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Mount Si TE Parker Dumas, Tacoma LB Erik Glueck, Auburn S Gavin Robertson, Maple Valley DE Amandre Williams, Sammamish RB Rashaad Boddie, Juanita DT Paul Finau, Sammamish QB Harley Kirsch, Yakima S Eric Briscoe Jr., Kirkland S Makiah Gilmer, Vancouver RB Rey Green and Sammamish WR Matt Laris.