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Isaiah Hodgins set to announce his commitment today

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The composite three-star wide receiver from California has WSU, Michigan and Nebraska (among others) on his list.

It's a big day for WSU recruiting, as Isaiah Hodgins of Berean Christian (Walnut Creek, California) is set to announce his commitment.

The Cougar staff has been hot after Hodgins for quite some time. A composite three-star recruit who is rated four stars by 247Sports, Hodgins (6-foot-3 and 190 pounds) boasts offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Washington, Boise State, Oregon State and others, and if you believe that hashtag list on the tweet, he appears to be choosing from the Cougs, Wolverines, Cornhuskers, Broncos, Beavers and also Nevada.

At least one national writer,'s Greg Biggins, believes Hodgins is going to pick WSU. Additionally,'s Crystal Ball prediction is solidly in favor of WSU at 100 percent. This likely has a lot to do with the fact that Hodgins made not one, but two trips up to WSU during spring practices -- he attended Junior Day before coming to Spokane for the Crimson and Gray Game.

Here's a look at his highlights.

On to the links!


Rough one for the Cougs, who took a 7-5 lead into the 8th before a six-run inning dashed their hopes of a series victory.

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Oregon scored six in the eighth inning to take the rubber game 11-7 Sunday.

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Oregon was playing from behind for most of Sunday afternoon against Washington State, but there was no desperation in the dugout. "We were down by two, but we knew we were in it the whole time," Oregon third baseman Kyle Kasser said. "There was not a person in there that didn’t know we would win the game." The Ducks rallied with six runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat the Cougars 11-7 in front of 1,625 fans in Pac-12 baseball at PK Park.


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