PG Danny Lawhorn formally signs with WSU. Here's our write-up.
The Cougs appear to have secured the verbal commitment of junior college center James Hunter. While unlikely to be an impact player, he'd fill an immediate need for Ken Bone and WSU.
As reported by multiple outlets in the last day or so, Iowa State transfer Jordan Railey -- a 6-foot-11, 250-pound center -- will be coming to WSU this summer. After having played sparingly in his first two years in Ames, he has three years to play two, but his upside appears limited.
2012 basketball signee Que Johnson is playing in a high school all-star game today which will be streamed online.
Guard DeMarquise Johnson, forward Brett Boese and forward Richard Longrus Jr. each signed letters of intent today to play basketball at WSU next year, with a fourth from center Richard Peters expected to arrive in the next day or two. The class represents what is roundly considered the school's best class since the Klay Thompson class of 2008.
WSU coach Ken Bone won a huge recruiting battle on Saturday when Westwind Prep wing Demarquise Johnson commited to the Cougars. He beat out Washington, Gonzaga and UNLV. We're pretty dang excited.
Richard Peters of Westwind Prep in Phoenix, Ariz., has verbally committed to play for Ken Bone and the Cougars. ESPN, Rivals and Scout all have him listed as a three-star prospect, and WSU reportedly beat out Washington for his services.
DaVonte Lacy comes to WSU as a combo guard who is ready to contribute immediately. A middling prospect as a junior, he blew up in his senior year and is going to be a good one.
If you haven't see Curtis senior DaVonte Lacy, tonight is your chance. Lacy and the Curtis Vikings take on the Gonzaga Prep Bullpups at the Tacoma Dome on Saturday night at 9:30 p.m. For those that...
Live within driving distance of Rogers High School in Puyallup? Join me Friday for Curtis/Rogers. WSU signee Davonte Lacy will be playing for the No. 8 Vikings.
The Cougs are looking at a little-known guard prospect out of British Columbia. He looks like he could be a pretty good fit, but the fact that he doesn't hold an offer yet might be telling.
Here's your first look at the second member of WSU's 2010-2011 basketball recruiting class: Combo guard Faisel Aden.