Doba active in recruitment of 4-star QB

A TEAM EFFORT by the WSU coaching staff is evident this young recruiting season with Bill Doba active in the recruitment of Kennewick's Jason Munns. Washington State was the first school to offer the four-star quarterback and earlier this week, the Cougars' head coach made his way over to Southridge High.

Scout.com's Allen Wallace reported earlier tonight Munns slightly favors Washington State over Arizona State, BYU, Utah and Oregon State. But Munns told CF.C this evening everyone is pretty much even.

"I don't know if I favor any of them to tell you truth," said Munns. "It's tough with ASU because I haven't seen them yet."

Meanwhile, Doba and Munns spoke on the phone recently, and the Cougars head man was at Southridge this week.

"It was good," said Munns of the phone conversation. "He just let me know he was going to be coming down and wanted to see how I was doing."

Munns has unofficially visited all the schools in his top five save for the Sun Devils. He said he and his family might try to head down to Tempe later this summer. Asked if an unofficial to ASU could be the precursor to making an early decision, Munns said he did not have any timetable for his decision -- that it could be before, during or after his senior season.

"It could be any one of those," said Munns.

Besides Washington State, Munns holds scholarship offers from BYU, ASU and now Utah, with the Utes offering over Easter weekend.

In two years as a starter, Munns has guided Southridge to a 20-4 record while tossing 63 TDs. This past season, he threw for 2,178 yards and 32 TDs, compiling a a QB efficiency rating of 170 en route to Big Nine Co-Player of the Year honors. As a sophomore in 2004, Munns went airborne for 2,297 yards and 31 TDs, completing 55 percent of his throws while earning first-team All-Big 9 honors.

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