DENVER, CO - JUNE 25: Terrell Davis, retired Denver Broncos running back and new Washington State Cougar. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
If this were 1998 and we were drafting players from the Denver Broncos, I'd be like, oh-my-gosh-so-excited for this. Instead, we are getting another RB named , this one from Victoria, British Columbia. The first thing I thought to myself when I saw he committed was, "Boy finding media resources of him are sure going to be easy."
OK but seriously, guys. The video that I found of this kid is worse quality than usual. I'd like to make some sort of brilliant proclamation, but I simply cannot. You guys can try to decide for yourselves below. My initial reaction was kind of "meh", to be honest. I don't think the kid sucks (because please, let's not have another COUGCENTER HATES HIGH SCHOOL KIDS AND TELLS THEM NOT TO COME TO WAZZU, FOR SHAME type deal), but until I see some better quality video, I'm coming away underwhelmed. For now, his grade will simply be an incomplete.
One thing that I want to address, that Nusser mentioned on twitter, is the fact that Wulff keeps getting these under the radar type kids. I mean, this is great because sure, we've had a lot of former Cougs who were not highly recruited and turned out to be great. Expecting every single one to turn into Will Derting or Marcus Trufant is naive, though. It doesn't work when you get 25 diamonds in the rough. Davis' only other offer was from Idaho. None of the current crop of commits has a BCS offer currently. Last year's class had seven players who held offers from a school in a BCS conference, and I'm including Utah as a BCS school. At some point, Wulff is going to have to do better than simply beating out the Fresno State's and Idaho's of the world.
The first video is from his Junior season last year, and the second is from his time on the JV as a Sophomore. I include that video because it's better quality, but it's JV. That's kind of a concern.