THE NUMBER HAS moved up over the course of the year and it will likely remain in flux up to Signing Day but as of now, Washington State looks to sign 23-24 recruits when Feb. 1 rolls around. WSU is likely to oversign with some of that surplus enrolling the following January, becoming part of next year's recruiting class. Three holdovers from last year will do just that this January, enrolling at WSU in a little more than a month's time and gaining the advantage of participating in spring ball.
November 25, 2005
THE DEFENSIVE LINE and secondary have grabbed the spotlight this spring but the linebacker position was front and center for coach Bill Doba on Tuesday. At the starting 'backer positions, the Cougs field considerable talent, including a Lombardi Award candidate -- and one Cougar walk-on has been making some noise this spring. Beyond that, though, is where things could get dicey.
April 5, 2005
WASHINGTON STATE's 2005 class of football recruits is growing by a cornerback and a receiver. The Cougars have secured letters of intent from two standouts hailing from Culver City -- the same Southern California town where WSU mined gold a year ago with Michael Bumpus. And it turns out that Bumpus was key in luring the pair north. We talked to the newest members of the clan and their prep coaches in this Cougfan.com exclusive.
March 23, 2005