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WSU football recruiting: Lineman Jarrett Kingston officially signs his letter of intent

It is unsure if the 6-5, 250 lb lineman will play offense or defense

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Defensive lineman, Jarrett Kingston committed to the Cougars back in August. Just two days after receiving his offer, Kingston took to Twitter to announce his commitment. The 6-5, 250 lb lineman could play either side of the ball. He also played tight end for Anderson from time to time.

Kingston was named as a first team All-CIF North Section defensive end after a Junior season that tallied 56 tackles, 20 tackles-for-a-loss, and 8.5 sacks.

According to Max Preps he has 92 total tackles with 53 of them being solo, he also has 30 tackles-for-loss and 15 sacks during this past season.

Joining a defense that has improved immensely over the past few years, Kingston fits exactly what the Cougars have been going after for lineman. He is one of five known defensive lineman to commit to the Cougars. If he lines up on the other side of the ball he will join three other offensive lineman commits for this class.

He picked the Cougars over offers from Wyoming, Nevada, San Diego State, and Sacramento State.

Scouting report

Rankings

Rivals- **

247- ***

ESPN- ***

Measurements (247)

Position- Lineman

Hometown- Anderson, California

Height- 6-5

Weight- 250 lb

Highlights