"I had a great time out there at Idaho," Ellis Henderson said. "The team was on a bye last weekend week so it was a good chance for me to check out their facilities and stuff. My host and I even took the drive out to see Washington State play Oregon. Overall I had a good time and enjoyed the atmosphere there. I grew up in larger cities my whole life, but kind of like the small feel of the city..."
October 11, 2010
"In the past month, I've been getting a lot of attention from UCLA, Utah and Boise State which is really nice," Ellis Henderson said. "UCLA is just recently started developing. I've started hearing from them and getting more and more email. I'm really interested in talking to them more and hopefully getting an offer. I'm interested in Utah also. I just talked to them this week. They were..."
September 7, 2010
For 33 years, Ron Siegel has been putting out All-State teams for the state of Washington, and the self-professed 'Man who knows where they are' has a knack for putting together a comprehensive list of the top seniors and juniors in the Evergreen State. Onto the list!
August 13, 2010
WASHINGTON STATE is continuing the trend. Over the weekend, the Cougars became the first Pac-10 school to offer a scholarship to a steak eater from California. This new crimson target is Brandon Tuliaupupu, a 6-2, 275-pound tackle from Claremont. He is the seventh known big body from the Golden State that WSU offered before anyone else in the Pac-10.
May 24, 2010