WSU recruiting: Comparing last two OL classes

FIVE OF WASHINGTON STATE’s six known o-line commits check in at 6-5 or taller. How does that compare to last year’s WSU recruiting class?

Going off’s listed heights and weights, four of the six o-linemen in this class stand 6-6 or better.

Last year’s class saw only two of the five as tall as 6-6.

The average height for the six known o-line members of 2016 class is just under 6-foot-6.   Last year’s recruiting class of five o-linemen averaged a little under 6-foot-5.

The 2016 crop averages 293-pounds, almost identical to last year when the average was  292-pounds.

2016 known o-line commits
Christian Haangana (6-6, 347, pictured above)
Joshua Watson (6-5, 270)
Liam Ryan (6-6, 270)
Jaelen Lewis (6-6, 270)
Keenen King (6-4, 302)
Logan Tuley-Tillman (6-7, 300)

2015 o-line class
Davis Perrot (6-5, 270)
Amosa Sakaria (6-2, 308)
Noah Osur-Myers (6-5, 300)
Cedric Bigge-Duren (6-6, 310)
Joseph Price (6-6, 270, *failed to qualify)

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