No. 8: Darrien Molton
The 5-10, 173-pounder didn’t just earn a starting job as a true freshman in ’15, he has quickly become Washington State’s No. 1 cornerback. Molton was named as one of two true freshman corners nationally by Pro Football Focus after a season where he was sixth on the team in tackles (44) despite missing two games to injury.
No. 7: Jamal Morrow
Talk about versatile. The fourth-year junior does everything well at running back for Washington State: runs, catches, blocks, you name it. The 5-9, 191-pounder also showed more plant-and-go burst this past season, with a 6.5 ypc average (53 carries, 347 yards) plus another 33 receptions for 294 yards as well as the longest run from scrimmage (41 yards).
Top 10 Cougs: Nos. 9 and 10