Jeshua Anderson makes it solid, he's a Coug

JESHUA ANDERSON verbally committed to Washington State this past weekend, but also thought he would take one final trip this coming weekend to his other finalist -- Oregon. Turns out he won't be headed to Eugene. The 6-2, 190-pound receiver with 4.45 speed cancelled his official visit with the Ducks and is now a solid verbal to Washington State.

"I cancelled that trip, I'm fully committed to Washington State," said Anderson. "It feels good, I'm glad it's all done for me and I don't have to be worried about it anymore."

His senior season, Anderson racked up appx. 1,100 yards with 10 TDs on 40 receptions, with another 129 yards and TD on 12 carries.

He set a single-game area and City Section record with six touchdown receptions, and a school record with 304 yards receiving in a non-conference victory this season.

As a junior last year he finished second in California in the 110 high hurdles (14.30) and 300h (36.75) in 2006. He is ranked in the Top 10 nationally for the 300h.

Anderson was also a nationally recognized track and field athlete his junior year and is expected to make headlines this spring in his senior campaign. He said he may try to compete in both sports at Wazzu, although his primary focus is on the gridiron.

"I'm just ready to work hard and hopefully have a big impact with the offense at Washington State," said Anderson.

For the earlier CF.C story of Anderson's official visit weekend to Washington State, click here

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