Two future Cougs make it an all-class sweep

JOSH WATSON AND Danny Sinatro have made it a sweep, earning all-classifications All-State football honors from the Seattle Times this week to go along with earlier all-class All-State recognition from the Tacoma News Tribune.

Watson (pictured above) is a 6-5, 265-pound offensive lineman who is verbally committed to the Cougars and Sinatro is a 5-11, 170-pound shut-down defensive back who signed an LOI with WSU last month to play baseball.

Both are two-way standouts on the gridiron, Watson at Cascade High in Everett and Sinatro at Skyline High in Sammamish. The Times says Mike Leach is wondering if Sinatro (son of former Mariners player and coach Matt Sinatro) could play a little football on the side while at WSU.

Last week Watson tweeted a photo of himself with Cougar assistant coaches Clay McGuire and Eric Mele with the caption, "Great time having my future coaches over for a visit." He chose WSU over Boise State, though the offers continue to roll in -- UTEP and Nevada being the latest.

Another future Cougar, quarterback Cody Brewer out of Corpus Christi, Texas, this week was named honorable mention Associated Press Class 5A All-State. This season the Flour Bluff High product completed 175 of 300 passes (58 percent) for 2,352 yards, 23 TDs and 10 INTs. He also rushed 81 times for 510 yards and 7 TDs. In three years as a starter he passed for 7,734 yards and rushed for 972. Also a standout basketball player, Brewer earned All-State recognition in hoops last season.

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