Update: WSU QB verbal Quentin Davis decommits

SO MUCH FOR a quiet Friday in the recruiting world of Washington State. Cougar QB verbal Quentin Davis has decommitted from WSU, a source confirmed to Cougfan.com. Davis later texted CF.C.

The big question of course is why. After this article was published, Davis replied to CF.C through text, confirming that he decommited from WSU Friday morning.  Asked for the details surrounding his parting with WSU, Davis declined to provide specifics.

"After a lot of discussion with my parents, we just came to the conclusion that it wasn't the right fit," Davis said in a text.

Davis, a 6-1, 205-pounder out of St. John Bosco High in Bellflower, Calif., announced his WSU verbal on Jan. 1 to CF.C's Braulio Perez over an offer from Fresno State.

“I committed to Washington State," Davis told CF.C on New Year's Day. "I actually told the coaches a few days after they offered me (two weeks ago) that I was planning to. I’m very excited about this. I love Coach Mike Leach and I love the Air Raid offense. They throw the ball about 50 times a game, which is great.”

Davis, who was to take his official visit to WSU this weekend, was the third QB to commit to the Cougars for the 2016 class. Ian Book committed to WSU last spring, but then flipped to Notre Dame. Cody Brewer, an August commit,  parted ways with WSU just before Davis verballed in what a source told CF.C was a mutual decision.

Do Leach and Washington State look to land another QB at this late date, with Signing Day less than two weeks away?  Stay tuned.

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