National signing day came and went and Hamilton offensive tackle Alex Cosenza's name was no where to be found. Not on a D1, 1AA, D2 or even junior college signing day press release. Which I thought was odd given that offensive linemen are so hard to come by, especially ones that play as hard as Cosenza.
Well 24-7Football.com has learned today that Cosenza (6-2 260) will indeed continue his playing career. He tells us today that 1AA Portland State offered him a full scholarship and he has signed his letter of intent to play there.
He tells us today, "I picked them because I really liked the coaching staff and the players there."
He was also recruited by Eastern Washington.
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