2018 Washington State Football Recruiting Prospects
- Scott Eklund | Dawgman.comYesterday at 10:43 PM
2018 Corvallis (Or.) OL Marco Brewer made his way north to Montlake on Wednesday to check out one of the Huskies' spring practices and he updated Dawgman.com on how things went and where things stand on the recruiting front with him...
- Barry Bolton | CougfanYesterday at 1:46 PM
NEW COUGAR VERBAL TYREE WILSON is taller than we thought, and we thought he was 6-4. In a CF.C conversation with his coach at West Rusk High in West London, Texas, about two hours east of Dallas, the same word kept coming up over and over.
- Greg Biggins | Scout FootballYesterday at 10:34 AM
It has been a long time since the class of 2018 was updated. In fact, this is the first time the Scout 300 and position rankings were updated since last summer, so as you can imagine, there have been a ton of changes and movement throughout.
- Brandon Huffman | Scout FootballYesterday at 10:30 AM
Scout updates the Scout 300 for the class of 2018, with a number of newcomers to the 300 and expanded positional rankings but the same No. 1 prospect in the class, Cartersville (Ga.) quarterback Trevor Lawrence...
- Adam Nicholson | BeaverBlitzYesterday at 8:08 AM
Jeremiah Martin is hearing from a number of different programs as his offer list continues to grow. The four-star defensive end from San Bernardino’s Cajon High School currently sits at ten offers and looks to add more as the spring recruiting period rolls along.
- Blair Angulo | Scout FootballTuesday at 10:06 AM
FONTANA, Calif. -- Five-star wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown shined at the Passing Down Elite 7on7 regional and spoke about why he has warmed up to the idea of staying closer to home, which schools are pressing hardest and more...
- Greg Biggins | Scout FootballMonday at 11:45 AM
MANY WSU FANS know there will be some big-time targets out on the Palouse this weekend for the first Jr. Day of the spring. However, next week, a 6-4, 220-pound defensive end out of California will be taking a trip to the Palouse to meet with the staff. He holds eight offers, and will be in Pullman for two days. Could a decision be coming soon after?
- Chris McCulley | eDuckSunday at 9:45 PM
Even though he backed off his commitment to the Oregon Ducks when the coaching change was made last December, Devin Culp has not eliminated the Ducks from consideration. He tells us that he has been in contact with the new Oregon coaching staff and still considers the Ducks as a place he may end up at.