Marco Brewer

WSU recruiting: Cougs have now offered more prospects in Oregon this class than in Washington

THE RECRUITING CLASS coming out of Oregon is a good one this cycle. Indeed, Washington State has more known offers out to prospects in Oregon than it does Washington.

WSU this cycle has offered eight prospects in the Beaver State, seven in Washington.  Of those, six and five of the recruits remain uncommitted, respectively.

Of the half-dozen Oregonians offered by WSU, three are rated 4 stars on Scout.com, three are rated 3 stars.

Three project on defense at the next level, three project on offense.

Two are from Corvallis, two are from Portland and one each are from Eugene and Medford.

http://www.scout.com/player/213004-marco-brewer


http://www.scout.com/player/200862-chase-cota


http://www.scout.com/player/215570-m-j-cunningham


http://www.scout.com/player/213002-myles-green-richards


http://www.scout.com/player/198395-talanoa-hufanga


http://www.scout.com/player/209168-eli-jah-winston



NOTABLE NOTES:
- WSU's area recruiter in Oregon is Eric Mele. The Cougs' special teams coach's territories also include the west side of the state of Washington and Vancouver (Canada).

- Nine Oregonian prospects signed with Pac-12 schools last recruiting cycle. The year before, 11 Oregonians inked letters of intent to Pac-12 schools. (As would be expected, the majority signed with the in-state schools, Oregon and Oregon State.

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