Perrott, out of Phoenix, spent this past season redshirting.
It is unknown where Perrott might be headed.
Perrott (6-4, 257) would have been a second-year freshman in 2016 at Washington State. He was down the depth chart following the recent spring ball session in the view of CF.C correspondent Tyler Baker.
Perrott was an interesting story coming out of high school as a backup defensive end as a junior before moving to right tackle his senior season. He gained double-digit offers in a short amount of time, including rides from Cal, Boise State, Purdue and others before ultimately signing with WSU.
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WSU's projected starting five on the o-line average 6-5, 319 pounds:
LT Andre Dillard (6-5, 290)
LG Cody O'Connell (6-8, 351)
C Riley Sorenson (6-4, 327)
RG Eduardo Middleton (6-5, 323)
RT Cole Madison (6-5, 305)
First OL off the bench: Cedric Bigge-Duren?? (6-6, 320)
Incoming true freshman OL for 2016:
Keenen King (6-4, 301)
Christian Haangana (6-5, 365)
Frederick Mauigoa (6-4, 295)
Liam Ryan (6-6, 275)
Joshua Watson (6-5, 265)
Nilsson Gaisoa (6-5, 295)