Cody Brewer decommits, what's next for WSU?

ON THURSDAY, WSU lost it's lone quarterback commitment with Texas native Cody Brewer announcing on his Twitter account that he no longer intends to be a Cougar. This news comes only a few days after St. John Bosco signal caller Quentin Davis informed CF.C that he'll visit WSU on Jan. 22. What does this mean for WSU?

It means all eyes turn to Davis.

Brewer, ranked two stars by, verbally committed to Washington State in August and had been solid with his verbal commitment since, but backed off his pledge earlier today (see tweet below).

In recent weeks, though, WSU has ramped up its recruitment of Davis, a three-star signal caller out of St. John Bosco, one of the top programs in the country.

Brewer checks in at 6-1, 205-pounds. The dual-threat signal caller is coming off a monstous season for St. John Bosco, putting up video-game type numbers. The reason he's been off the radar is this is his first year starting after serving as the backup to Josh Rosen (started at UCLA as a true freshman in '15).

As a senior in 2015 Davis threw for 3,612 yards, 40 touchdowns and only four interceptions. Davis added 450 yards and seven touchdowns on the ground.

Davis is ranked three stars and the No. 82 quarterback in the country by Scout, which also lists him as the No. 22 QB out West and the No. 11 signal caller in California.

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