How'd WSU verbals fare this week?

MANY WSU VERBAL commits were in action on Friday night and future Cougs had some primetime performances. This includes running back Cyrus Habibi-Likio and quarterback Connor Neville, who lit up their respective gridirons. How well did they do?

On Friday night, Habibi-Likio kicked things off with a bang for St. Francis (Mountain View, Calif.). Early on in the first quarter, the three-star running back broke free for a 60-yard touchdown run.

Here's video of Habibi-Likio's touchdown: head here.

As for Neville, the Wilsonville (Ore.) signal caller had a strong showing, throwing for 338 yards, five touchdowns and one interception in another team win. Two of his touchdown passes went to his brother Johnny Neville, who finished with 132 receiving yards.

Neville now has 14 total TDs in his last two games.

Here's an update on the other Coug verbals:

With offensive tackle Dontae Powell manning the line, Richland High put on an offensive clinic, taking down Kennewick 40-0. The four-star recruit has helped his team to a perfect 3-0 start.

• Offensive lineman Alec Kuzmack and Eagle High (Idaho) throttled Meridian 31-0 in a Week 2 game. Eagle is 4-0 on the year, putting up 137 total points. With Kuzmack leading the blocking up front, the offense is humming. 

• A 6-5, 215-pound QB? For River Ridge, that's what they have in Kelle Sanders, though he'll be lining up at defensive end for the Cougs. Last night, Sanders threw a 40-yard touchdown pass and a 55-yard rush set up another score for him team. River Ridge cruised to a 46-21 win. 

• Future Coug hoss Abraham Lucas is a standout defensive lineman for Archbishop Murphy. In a win Friday, Lucas had six tackles, two of which were for loss. 

• Hazen defensive end Joe Tryon might not have stats posted this week, but you're going to want to hear how he did Week 1. To open the season, Tryon returned an interception for a touchdown and recorded 70 receiving yards and another score. 

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• Florida defensive line commit Lamonte McDougle was in action on Friday night, but his Deerfield Beach team lost 39-14. No stats were available for McDougle. Last week, he recorded six tackles.

• Stats were unavailable at press time for defensive back verbal Tayari Venable. However, his Rancho Cucamonga (Calif.) team took down Murrietta Valley 41-20.

George Hicks and his Cajon (Calif.) teammates suffered a tough 31-28 loss on Friday night. Stats weren't available for the defensive back verbal. 

• No stats were available for Zaire Webb. In a defensive battle, though, the DB and his teammates helped Duncan Fletcher pull out a 14-7 victory last night.

• Defensive back verbal Charles Watson was not in action on Friday and will be playing his senior homecoming game on Saturday.

• Offensive tackle commit George Moore and his College of San Mateo teammates will be in action on Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs are 1-1 on the season. in case you missed it, WSU remains in contact with former WSU DL verbal and CSM freshman Thomas Toki

• Texan WR verbal Tyquez Hampton had a bye this weekend. In three games this season he has hauled in 14 receptions for 152 yards and four touchdowns. 


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