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Cougs offer 4-star Spokane WR Devin Culp; 10 known new offers out this week by WSU

SPOKANE 4-STAR wide receiver prospect Devin Culp out of Gonzaga Prep tweeted out this week he just received his third offer, from the Cougs. Washington State has now joined the race with Washington and Oregon for one of the top-rated recruits in the state on Culp is just one of 10 prospects WSU is known to have offered this week and unlike Culp, a good number of the come from outside the West.

The 6-4, 218-pound Culp is rated the No. 1 wide receiver and No. 3 overall prospect in the state of Washington. He’s also the No. 10-ranked WR in the West and No. 41 nationally on He was a longtime verbal pledge to Oregon before decommitting in January. CF.C has a call into Culp for his thoughts on WSU and the new offer.

But geographically speaking, Culp is the exception compared to other known offers this week, with WSU extending rides to prospects in New Orleans, Chicago, Tampa and Houston (2).

DE Cameron Latu (6-5, 230); Salt Lake City, Olympus High
A one-time BYU verbal pledge, Latu holds offers from most of the Pac-12 plus Alabama. Landing the edge rusher would be a big recruiting coup for the Cougs (or anyone else).

WR McCallan Castles (6-5, 220) South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
He’s intriguing because of his size: does WSU like him at wide receiver?  Defensive end?  He’s listed as a tight end prospect by

ATH Elisha Guidry (5011, 167) Murrieta, Calif., Vista Murrieta High
Washington State may wind up in a battle with Oregon State here, the Beavs have also offered and UCLA is lurking.

WR Miles Battle (6-4, 182) Houston, Cypress Creek High
ASU, Colorado, Michigan State, Auburn and more have offered.

DB Josiah Bradley (6-1, 190) Scottsdale, Ariz., Saguaro High
Half of the Pac-12 has already offered the fast-rising defensive back prospect.

LB Juan Monjarres (6-2, 204) New Orleans, St. Augustine High
WSU recruiting in Louisiana? It sounds odd until you recall WSU signed Davontavean Martin out of Houma earlier this month in the 2017 class. The initial crimson connection there was new inside WRs coach Derek Sage, who recruited Martin while at Toledo before joining WSU in January.

DT Elijah Teague (6-3, 290) Chicago, Marist High
WSU must really like Teague, as its going in a different d-line recruiting direction in primarily targeting athletic, quicker, smaller d-linemen who can develop size-wise as opposed to already pushing 300 pounds in high school. Teague has plenty of Big Ten offers but the Cougs are the first Pac-12 school to put a scholie on the table, with new Wazzu d-line coach Jeff Phelps having joined the Cougars after six seasons at Minnesota.

WR Bryson Jackson (6-1, 170) Houston, St. Pius X High
Another Houston product, WSU is the first Pac-12 school to offer the wideout who racked up 1,607 yards and 21 TDs as a junior.

ATH Kendrick Torain Jr. (6-2, 195) Tampa, Fla., Jesuit High
WSU is the first Pac-12 school to offer, joining Purdue, Duke, Syracuse and others.

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