Future Cougars Report: Football

ONE FUTURE Washington State Cougar scored on 50 percent of his pass receptions this past Friday and two others helped limit their opponent to just 35 total offensive snaps. Meanwhile, quarterback Cody Brewer pushed his season passing total to more than 1,400 yards and Renard Bell turned in an offensive show. Here's how all of WSU's 15 known verbal commits fared in their most recent games.

QB Cody Brewer (Flour Bluff/Corpus Christi): In a tight one against Gregory-Portland High, he finished 20 of 35 for 300 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, but Flour Bluff fell 38-34. He also rushed for 93 yards (including a 62-yard TD) on five carries. His two passing touchdowns covered 7 and 57 yards. Brewer also drilled a punt pinning Gregory-Portland at their own 2.

WR Josiah Westbrook (Squilacum/Bellingham): Pictured above. In a 54-31 shootout win over Burlington-Edison, Westbrook tallied 125 yards receiving on just four catches — and two were for touchdowns. Westbrook also ran the ball twice for 18 yards and a touchdown. Said coach Nick Lucey about Westbrook, “He was big time.”

WR Renard Bell (Cathedral/Los Angeles): The Cathedral HS WR continued his strong play with a great outing in Cathedral’s 66-0 drubbing of Verbum Dei. Bell caught four passes for 203 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught a two-point conversion. His long for the night was an 88 yard reception.

LB Jihad Woods (Helix/La Mesa, Calif): Bonita Vista ran away from him most of the night, but Woods racked up five tackles, three solo. Helix won going away, 38-7, and limited Bonta Vista’s offense to just 35 plays.

TE Mason Vinyard (Helix/La Mesa, Calif): Jihad Woods’ teammate has been playing defense in addition to tight end and racked up four tackles, including two sacks, in Helix’s win over Bonita Vista.

LB Chima Onyeukwu (Contra Costa JC): He posted four tackles, three solo and half a sack, in team’s 48-7 rout of Los Medanos.

DB/QB Justus Rogers (Bellevue): The Wolverines knocked Glacier Peak out of the ranks of the unbeaten, 24-6 as Rogers went 5 for 12 for 44 yards through the air. No other statistics were available at press time.

ATH D’Jimon Jones (Federal Way): He broke his foot earlier in the year was in a boot at last report on September 18.

CB Isaiah Love (West Covina, Calif.) While the team had a bye, Love is still recovering from an injury sustained from a car accident in May. He is running and lifting, however, and coach Mike Maggoire says Love should be ready to play late in the season.

WR Grant Porter (Upland): School had a bye.

DB Skyler Thomas (Citrus Hill/Perris, Calif.): School had a bye.

CB Jalen Thompson (Downey, Calif.): School had a bye.

LB Derek Moore (Crenshaw/Los Angeles): No information available at press time.

OL Joshua Watson (Cascade/Everett): No information available at press time.

WR Stephen Houston (Rio Mesa/Oxnard, Calif.): No information available at press time.


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