WSU spring roster released

WASHINGTON STATE’s spring roster was released late Monday, showing a number of a weight gains and decreases. The spring practice times have also changed.

The Cougars will practice Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Martin Stadium and Rogers Field with the Tuesday and Thursday sessions now set for 2:30 pm. 

The Crimson and Gray Game is Saturday, April 23 at Joe Albi Stadium at 1 p.m.

Luke Falk checks in at 214 pounds, nearly 10 pounds heavier than last season. Second-year o-lineman Cedric Bigge-Duren is up to 320 pounds, 12 pounds more than last year.  Fellow o-lineman Andre Dillard put on 20 pounds, he checks in at 290 on the spring roster. And another o-lineman, Noah Osur-Myers, has dropped 12 pounds, now listing at 6-4, 309. Running back Keith Harrington has packed 11 pounds onto his 5-8 frame, he's listed at 191 pounds on the spring roster.

D-lineman Daniel Ekuale is up eight pounds, he checks in at 296. Another d-lineman, Hunter Mattox, is up to 270, an 11-pound difference from last year.  Linebacker Greg Hoyd is nine pounds heavier, at 230 and safety Shalom Luani is listed at 198 pounds after playing last year at 201.  DL Hercules Mata'afa is 245 pounds, almost right where he was last season (243 pounds).

Familar faces no longer on roster...

Last season’s seniors:
Jeremiah Allison, Tyler Baker, Quentin Breshears, Moritz Christ, Skyler Cracraft, Joe Dahl, Gunnar Eklund, Daniel Lilenthal, Devonte McClain, Ivan McLennan, Kache Palacio, Darryl Paulo, Jacob Seydel, Taylor Taliulu, Destiny Vaeao, Dom Williams.

Last season’s fourth-year juniors not returning for final season of eligibility:
Sam Flor, David Bucannon, Reggie Coates

Medically retired:
Erik Anderson

Walk ons No longer with program:
Xavius Boone, Austin Brown, Michael Cole, Isiah Davis, Connor Ennis, Matt Jimison. D.J. Thompson
Scholarship players no longer with program:
Brandon Evers

Early enrollees: Justus Rogers, Jalen Thompson, Garrett McBroom, Isaiah Johnson

Here is the full roster.

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