Washington State makes scholarship offer to Bothell signal caller Jacob Sirmon

THE 2016 recruiting class won’t be put to bed for another four months, but Washington State’s coaching staff continues to plow the land for 2017 and, yes, 2018 recruits. Bothell quarterback Jacob Sirmon — a 2018 prospect — tweeted today that the Cougars have offered him.

“Pleased to announce that I have received another offer from Washington State University. #GoCougars,” he wrote.

The Cougars are his second offer, coming on the heels of the UW earlier this week.

"I think it's too early to even really say when I plan to make my decision," Sirmon told this week. "I'm just focused on my season at Bothell and then I will start to look at things and see where they stand.

If the the 6-3, 205-pound sophomore’s last name sounds familiar, it should. His uncle is Peter Sirmon, the former Oregon star and UW defensive coordinator who is now the DC at USC.

Sirmon is the second 2018 QB to receive a WSU offer in the last week. The other, also reported by CF.C, is Cameron Rising of Newbury Park, Calif.

Cougfan Top Stories