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Michigan grad transfer Logan Tuley-Tillman commits to WSU, tells CF.C he can't wait to get to work

HEADING INTO THE weekend, offensive tackle Logan Tuley-Tillman informed Cougfan.com that he was more than ready to check out Pullman and see what WSU had to offer. And it turns out, he saw more than enough during his official visit. The Michigan grad transfer will suit up in crimson next season

On Saturday night, Tuley-Tillman informed Cougfan.com that he will play for Washington State next season.

The 6-7, 300-pound offensive tackle, who is being recruited by WSU to play left tackle with two-to-play-two, picked Washington State over offers from Ole Miss, Houston, Louisville and others.

"Yes I committed," Tuley-Tillman told CF.C. "Pullman is great and I look forward to getting to work!"

The new Coug told CF.C in a recent interview that he had high interest in WSU's offense, but also liked the Cougars because of his relationship with assistant Roy Manning. The two were at Michgan together for Tuley-Tillman's first two seasons with the Wolverines. Manning arrived to WSU to coach the outside linebackers in 2015.

Tuley-Tillman is still on his official visit at WSU, but we hope to speak more with him further on Sunday. 


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