Washington State lost its 2016 quarterback commit earlier this week when Cody Brewer decided to reopen his recruiting. But as we told you, there probably wasn't too much reason to worry. Today, those worries were flushed away completely when Quentin Davis announced he'd be pledging crimson.
Davis played just one season at St. John Bosco in Bellflower, California, because he backed up current UCLA starter Josh Rosen. Without any senior tape, Davis counted just one power five offer (from WSU) in addition to his offer from Fresno State. Davis is also scheduled to take an official visit to Washington State later this month.
The Cougs offered Davis just over a week ago and as you can see by those gaudy stats in our story, there's a good reason why. His highlights below show a quarterback with an incredibly accurate arm and good pocket presence. The 6'1", 205 signal caller doesn't have quite the zip you might desire on his passes, but that can come with a year of redshirting.
The Cougs got fortunate to land Luke Falk, who also lacked junior video. Davis comes from a perennial California powerhouse in much the same situation and could make the 2018 quarterback decision a very interesting one.