WSU's quarterback depth chart is going to be undecided heading into fall camp and with the highly-touted Tyler Bruggman arriving in Pullman this summer, some have speculated he could win the starting job. While that isn't likely to happen, there could be a scenario where Bruggman plays next season. That leads to today's trivia.
Q: Who was the last true freshman quarterback to attempt at least one pass for WSU in a season opener?
WSU is a top target for high school wide receivers and Dvonte McKneely could be close to getting a WSU offer.
Nifae Lealao and Bobby Okereke are focus of Pac-12 Conference
The days of flying underneath the radar appear to be coming to a long-awaited end for Dvonte McKneely. The senior-to-be from Corona (Calif.) Centennial doesn't have any offers, yet it appears as if Washington State is about to change that whole scenario. The 5-10 and 195-pound wide receiver will camp with the Cougars on June 22 and a follow-up visit in the works for mid-July. McKneely is about to pop, so stay tuned for updates.
We don't hear about baseball recruits like we do in football or basketball, but the Columbian has a nice feature on incoming pitcher Ian Hamilton.
Skyview's Hamilton is All-Region baseball player of year | The Columbian
Late this summer, Hamilton will be headed to Washington State to prepare for his freshman year of college baseball with the Cougars. But there is still some unfinished high school business. The Storm are looking forward to when their rings arrive. They designed them because they earned them.