You likely already knew that four-star linebacker Kyahva Tezino had an impressive offer list, but this visualization underscores what a great get this guy is for WSU.
ASU just doubled its take by switching to Adidas. Would you do the same if that meant getting WSU out of last place?
Defensive back Shalom Lunai (C.C. of San Francisco) is rated four stars and No. 19 overall, defensive end Jeremiah Mitchell (Riverside C.C.) checks in as a four-star recruit and No. 28 overall, while cornerback Treshon Broughton is No. 57 overall and three stars.
With WSU landing so many defensive commits without a defensive coordinator in place, it does kinda make you wonder, right?
If you were hoping Houston defensive coordinator David Gibbs would come north to join Mike Leach's staff, that no longer looks like an option.
Underwater laser tag? That's sounds like fun. I think I'm going back for a second degree. That's two responses to the Mike Leach to Houston rumor from the university itself. It seems like they aren't too worried.
I presume this is why every coach who has had Jordan Railey believes he can play because WOW WOW WOW WOW.
Remember, Hilinski will be graduating soon and joining WSU in spring semester. Think he could actually challenge Luke Falk and Peyton Bender?
This wasn't how it was supposed to happen, but it was a nice moment, regardless.